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By Minna Taavitsainen

Samurai and the Art of the Idiom


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Do you know the feeling when you try to explain a well-known concept in your native language to a foreign friend, and it seems impossible to find the right word or phrase to describe it? Or if you have tried to understand a new word in foreign language, but you just can’t get a grip…

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By Jani Penttinen

Transfluent Turns 5! All orders 5% off with this code!


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Transfluent turns 5 years old! It feels both like it has been a very long time, and a very short time since we began. On one hand, it feels like we just got started. How can it be 5 years already?? But then again so many things have happened that it’s hard to believe it…

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By Ari Nyfors

Customer Service and the Mother Tongue


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Each of us has a mother tongue, the language of our country, culture and region. It distinguishes us from the rest of the world, reflecting all that is familiar and important. As business continues to expand globally, we need to remember that each transaction is done locally. In this fast globalizing world, which gets smaller…

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By Tomi Heiskanen

Deep learning will change nothing; yet it changes everything


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Deep learning, or machine learning, is part of recent development in pursuing real artificial intelligence. Unlike algorithms defined by humans, deep learning frameworks are geared to find patterns that humans did not know that existed and for which an algorithm could not have been written. For example, deep learning promises great results in detecting cancer…

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By Sheena Vandevanter

Transfluent Staff Profile: Ville Miettinen


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Today I had the chance to speak with our Operations Manager, Ville Miettinen. While new the field of translation, Ville brings over five years business experience and a number of skills to Transfluent. He is currently completing his Master’s degree in Industrial Management at Aalto University in Helsinki.

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