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RWS’s Linguistic AI Solution Evolve Wins Prestigious 2024 AI Breakthrough Award

RWS, a unique, world-leading provider of technology-enabled language, content and intellectual property solutions, announces that its linguistic AI solution, Evolve, has been awarded the ‘Machine Translation Innovation Award’ at the 2024 AI Breakthrough Awards.

Evolve, which launched in January 2024, represents a major leap forward for the translation industry, integrating human and artificial intelligence to revolutionise translation processes and the time it takes to achieve high quality results. Clients can expect up to 65% efficiency gains across their translation supply chain.

“Winning the ‘Machine Translation Innovation Award’ is a proud moment and testament to the hard work and dedication of our team at RWS,” said Mark Lawyer, General Manager of Linguistic AI at RWS. “Evolve exemplifies our commitment to delivering cutting-edge linguistic AI solutions that transform how businesses handle their language and content challenges.”

Evolve combines RWS’s translation management system (Trados Enterprise), its neural machine translation technology (Language Weaver), language specialist-trained quality estimation models, a finely tuned private large language model and language specialists. This powerful combination helps global companies achieve near-instant, human-like translation quality, allowing RWS’ language specialists to focus their unique skills and cultural expertise on the content that requires their attention.

The AI Breakthrough Awards programme honours excellence in artificial intelligence technologies, services, companies and products. It provides public recognition for the achievements of AI companies and products in categories such as AI Platforms, Robotics, Business Intelligence, AI Hardware, Natural Language Processing, Computer Vision and more. More than 5,000 companies entered this year’s award programme, which has been running for seven years.