Grand Illusion

Since 1995, Albert Einstein has been attributed a largely disputed statement roughly saying, “We cannot solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” Disputed or not, it makes perfect sense, and the problem of translation quality has so far been approached using exactly the same kind of thinking that makes evaluation erratic and anecdotal. In the perpetuation of the costly, inefficient, century-old TEP model, the error-catching inspection-based approach has in fact been proving ineffective. Metrics are the foundations of inspections to measure performances […]

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Author: Luigi Muzii

Luigi Muzii