A team of scientists from Charles University and the University of Oxford have developed a new computer translation programme called CUBBITT. After testing how the programme compared with its human counterparts, the team published a paper in the prestigious Nature Communications journal claiming that it challenges the long-held view that computers can’t translate as well as humans. I asked the main author of the study, Martin Popel from Charles University’s Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, why CUBBITT is so significant.

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