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The Global Podcast
35 minutes | 3 days ago
Episode 22: When AI Eats the World
Vasco Pedro CEO Unbabel, is working so that Artificial Intelligence can have a positive impact for clients when it comes to localization, he is not a great surfer. Renato and Michael discuss with him running a healthy company and interesting thoughts on AI.
17 minutes | 17 days ago
Episode 21: My Mom Doesn't Know What I Do for Work
Renato and Michael discuss communicating about localization in ways that everyone can understand...or almost everyone.
32 minutes | a month ago
Episode 20: Being the Best Where You Are
Giulia Greco has extensive experience in managing translation projects, setting up and scaling highly effective, cross-functional, globally-distributed teams, and making services, products and experiences accessible globally at Shopify. But what was involved in her journey in localization. Listen to some of the many great moments she discusses with Michael and Renato.
29 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 19: From Railroad to Localization Leader
Kathleen Bostick continues to hold leadership positions at the very top of the localization industry and doing lots of good with her influence. She shares learnings and her commitment to supporting others on their journey with Renato and Michael. Currently the Localization Strategist and Senior Consultant with Argos Multilingual, you will want to hear what she is up to!
24 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 18: GALA, support for localization professionals
Looking to level up your career in localization? Wanting to know where the resources are that can get you there? Allison Ferch the Executive Director of the Globalization and Localization Association shares what they are doing to support people in a conversation with Michael and Renato.
32 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 17: Learning and forgetting in artificial intelligence
So much is happening in Artificial Intelligence and Konstantin Savenkov, the co-founder of Intento, is at the leading edge. He shares with Michael and Renato about how they got started, what companies are focused on at the moment related to AI, and what he sees on the way. Learn more about AI technology that is improving the localization industry today.
27 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 16: Investing in the Longtime Good
There is so much good to hear when it comes to Cecilia Maldonado, President of Women in Localization, sharing with Michael and Renato about this influential organization and her work founding Latamways. Find out what she is able to get out of it all, even more importantly find out what she is able to give.
17 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 15 :Questions on Awards and Sales
Questions submitted by listeners of the Global Podcast on this episode have Michael and Renato discuss their most popular topic and the growing award culture in localization. Listen and you will be the big winner.
55 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 14: TWB and TICO-19 Project
Translators without Borders is responding to the on-going crisis by empowering several academic and industry partners to prepare COVID-19 materials for a variety of the world’s languages to be used by professional translators and for training state-of-the-art Machine Translation (MT) models. The focus is on making emergency and crisis-related content available in as many languages as possible. The collected, curated, and translated content across languages will be available to the professional translation as well as the MT research community. For more information check out https://tico-19.github.io/
22 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 13: Refactoring Localization
Luca Rossi knows engineering and is a joy to discuss the topic. Working as a startup founder and now head of engineering at Translated he has gained a ton of experience and he shares that experience at Refactoring.fm
22 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 12: Trends for 2021
Michael Stevens and Renato Beninatto discuss what is in store for the translation industry. how does the disruption in 2020 affect what is in store for this next year and what to watch?
26 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 11: Born To Be Global
Nataly Kelly believes that digital companies are destined to be global. Beyond her role as VP at Hubspot, Nataly shares with others through her books and writings at Born to be Global, her blog. Take a moment to hear a conversation and see why both Michael and Renato think that Nataly's work is some of the most influential and enjoyable in the localization industry.
23 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 10: Ewandro Magalhães
One benefit of lending your voice to leaders, singers, and professionals was getting to be in the room with the action for interpreters but all of that has changed. When the practice of remote interpretation started many claimed that it would drive those involved insane, has it? You can answer that question for yourself by listening to our conversation with Ewandro Magalhães.
22 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 9: A Show About Nothing
In this episode, Michael and Renato spend some time talking about the topics that come to mind such as where has blockchain gone and innovation.
26 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 8: The Atlas of Unusual Borders
Listen to the stories about some of the most interesting and unusual places in the world. Zoran Nikolić shares about his book, The Atlas of Unusual Borders, that helps you discover how quirks of geography affect people's daily lives. Beware the borders that define our world are not as clear as we think they are.
24 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 7: The Changing Landscape of Travel
Few Industries have gone through as much change like the travel industry. According to the Mobility Market Outlook on COVID-19, the global revenue for the travel and tourism industry will be an estimated 447.4 billion U.S. dollars in 2020 - a decrease of around 34.7 percent from the previous year. Additionally, this is significantly lower than the original 2020 forecast of around 712 billion dollars. How has this impacted a leading localization team?
36 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 6: What's Conversational Intelligence
With A.I. working to improve many areas of life, is it possible that it can help people have better conversations? We seek to find out if there is a future where we have better conversations. Michael and Renato talk with Vikram Modgil an expert in the field of Artificial Intelligence. You will learn about the three C's and the work that is happening to improve communication.
31 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 5: Learn the Latest on MT
Neural Machine Translation appeals more broadly than any topic in localization. So in this episode, Michael and Renato discuss the topic with Philipp Koehn. Some call Philipp the "Father of Statistical Machine Translation" and he literally wrote the book on Neural Machine Translation. Understand the latest developments and the benefits available now with the nascent technology.
28 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 4: Eric Deluca, Language Mapping
Eric Deluca shares with Michael and Renato how Translators Without Borders works to address the extremely challenging task of correlating language and geography. Listen and learn about this great organization!
27 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 3: Eva Gross, Born To Translate
Eva Gross leads localization at Stripe, Silicon Valley's most valuable startup which is transforming payment infrastructure online. You will hear Eva's approach to leading across the organization and hiring teams. After hearing her story of being a generational linguist you may think she was born for it.
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