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MAY 2015 - VOLUME 37, NUMBER 1

In our May 2015 issue, we explore the interaction between natural language processing and human-computer interaction, the life of interpreter Leon Dostert and we highlight some NCTA social events of the past months.

AUTHOR INTERVIEW: Isabelle Pouliot, translator and journalist by Juan Pino-Silva
TRADOS STUDIO 2014 & SDL OPEN-EXCHANGE STUDIO, a report on Tuomas Kostiainen's workshop by Karl Pfeiffer
WORKING INTO ONE'S B LANGUAGE, a report on Angela Zawadzki's workshop by Tracy Chen
PRACTICAL NOTETAKING FOR INTERPRETERS, a summary of Nick Zacherl's workshop by Bryan Lopuck
LEON DOSTERT by Isabelle Pouliot
SLEEPLESS IN CHICAGO, a summary of some NCTA's members experiences at the ATA's 55th Annual Conference by Rick and Diana Dudgeon
MIXED-INITIATIVE NATURAL LANGUAGE TRANSLATION, a summary of Dr. Spence Green's presentation, by Matsuko Teshima
MANGA FOR THE MASSES, a summary of Beth Carey and Fred Schodt's presentation, by Yuko Fukami
NCTA SOCIAL EVENTS - a report by Alcira Salguero, Diana Dudgeon and Richard Markley



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