In Iraq, interpreters were ten times more likely to be killed than were U.S. troops.
Poetry translation is like playing a piano sonata on a trombone.
As long as human beings speak different languages, the need for translation will continue.
Of the 193 recognized countries in the world, only politically isolated North Korea is considered monolingual.
To deny access to translation and interpreting services oppresses human rights and violates laws.
Not everyone who knows how to write can be a writer. Not everyone who knows two languages can be a translator.
Translation software is not making translators obsolete. Has medical diagnostic software made doctors obsolete?