On 11th of December 2017, Transn IOL headquarters in Wuhan, China welcomed a wonderful visit by the Premier of State Council of the People’s Republic of China, Li Keqiang.
The team at Transn is humbled and grateful for the warm visit and believed this is just the beginning of huge potential changes and growth in the language solutions service industry.
Premier Li Keqiang, China’s head of government, as well as one of the leading figures behind the Chinese economic policy, mentioned that language is not the only tool of communication but a body of empowerment that conveys the humanitarian spirit of the nation. He encouraged the company to express the cultural spirits of different nations through our translation projects.
The literal meaning for Transn is “To be vivid in expression”. Transn believes, not in just delivering high quality translation works, but to deliver results that portray the cultural charm of the nation.
Transn had set up a model called “The Internet of Languages” which attracted more than 800,000 professional translators from all over the world. With the focus on translation services, transcription services, interpretation services, subtitling services, and localization of website and application, Transn has now evolved into implementing artificial intelligence for their products and services.
In 2016, Transn invested in an AI company call TruMind, in Beijing. TruMind specializes in research and commercialization of Neural Machine Translation (NMT) and with the fast growing development from the team in Transn, this is just one of many developments that will shape the future of the language solutions service industry.
According to the President and CEO of Transn, He Enpei, he believes in the next 10 years, professional high-level translation will be executed from the combined works of artificial intelligence and the human translation touch. The use of artificial intelligence is never to remove the need for professional translator but to empower the quality of project deliverable to all clients.
The relationship between clients, translators and language solutions service providers will be far more valuable for growth in all respective industries.