11.19.2005I'm tellin you baby you're wonderful.
From Wired: War-Zone Test for Babel-Fish Tool
But even the best computerized translation is still prone to errors. At worst, a single botched translation can spur a string of miscommunications.
"No one in the military would make life or death decisions based on a machine translation," Benjamin said. But when you have to sift through lots of information quickly, "it's an extremely effective triage device."
What do we say when we do make a life or death decision based on machine translation? Thank you?