Self Driving Cars Eliminate Colossal Personal Injury Claims Business

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Battling out liability for auto accidents may soon come to an end. Or will it? Autonomous vehicle technology is set to take center stage in 2021. The technology is becoming accurate to the point where determining velocity, direction, and right-of-way will come from the cars themselves. Clocking inOne of the main factors for interpreters to […]

78 adjectives you need to know to describe pain in your language

“On a scale from 1 to 10, how would you rate your pain?” We hear this question anywhere medical treatments are provided. Pain scales are important tools in medicine for assessing the extent to which pain may be limiting someones ability to work or simply move. However pain at the outset can appear subjective. Once […]

Conversation with Nuremberg interpreter reveals how to overcome adversity

Roaming the neon lit food stands at the Riverwalk food court searching for a table, a throng of diners opened up and Esther Diaz appeared, a long-time friend of mine from Austin’s interpreting community. “I have someone I’d like you to meet,” she says, leading me to a table where an older gentleman sat. He […]

Admitting you’re wrong is one sign you’re an expert

All interpreters make mistakes. There is no denying it. Moreover it’s really easy to do. So, if it is inevitable then what can we do about it as interpreters? I’ll cover techniques in a few posts, but for now let’s begin with how I practice to avoid mistakes using a persona and note taking. Let […]