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Agrupación de Intérpretes de Barcelona - AIB
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Google+ cerrará pronto y AIB se despide de sus seguidores. Pero no nos vamos lejos. Nos podréis encontrar en LinkedIn, Facebook y Twitter. Y venid a visitarnos en nuestra web. ¡Nos veremos allí! Gracias por estar con nosotros. <https://aibcnet.com>
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Google+ will be shutting down soon and AIB says goodbye to our followers. But we’re not going far. You can find us on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. And come visit us on our website. See you there! Thanks for being with us. <https://aibcnet.com>
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Nature communicates. How trees talk to each other.
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Language, which clearly played an important role in human evolution, has long been considered a hallmark of human intelligence, and when Barbara Grosz started working on problems in artificial intelligence (AI) in the 1970s, it was the litmus test for defining machine intelligence.
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The Cambridge Dictionary chooses its word of the year for 2018. Read on...
The Word Of 2018 Is ... Nomophobia
The Word Of 2018 Is ... Nomophobia
interestingengineering.com
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Is interpreting becoming a hazardous occupation? Client confidentiality is an accepted aspect of professions like doctors and lawyers, and has been for interpreters also — until now, apparently.
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This weekend AIIC held its Private Market Sector meeting in London where more than 170 interpreters from all over the world met to discuss future trends in our profession. In the photo is AIB’s Felix Ordeig with representatives from CII Brussels (Marta Piera) and Congrestolken Amsterdam (Patricia Heintz). The three organizations have joined forces to collaborate in a triple alliance.
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The United Nations has declared 2019 as year of indigenous languages.
It is through language that we communicate with the world, define our identity, express our history and culture, learn, defend our human rights, participate in all aspects of society, and much more.
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Have you ever been called upon to explain to someone how consecutive interpreting works? Here’s a good resource, a recording of a live interview with a US doctor and AIB's Mary as interpreter.

Si alguna vez te piden una explicación de cómo funciona la consecutiva, puedes echar mano de esta grabación en vivo. Una entrevista a un médico americano con la interpretación a cargo de Mary, socia de AIB.
https://buff.ly/2Vvt6Jo
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The ins and outs of remote simultaneous interpreting (RSI). An AIIC pre-candidate shares her experience from the AIIC Netherlands seminar held in November.
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