PRACTICE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN TRANSLATION TEACHING AT CHINESE REGIONAL UNIVERSITIES IN THE ERA OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Ma Yan, Wang Feng

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With its rapid development in recent years, artificial intelligence has been widely used in all aspects of our life, including language teaching and learning. After a review of the history of artificial intelligence technology and a discussion of the development of artificial intelligent translation at home and abroad, the article summarizes the characteristics of translation teaching at Chinese regional universities in the era of artificial intelligent and puts forward pedagogical suggestions for

 

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the reform and innovation in translation teaching.


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artificial intelligence, translation teaching, Chinese regional universities

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejes.v7i10.3285

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