On January 23, 2018, Shunee Yee, Founder and CEO of CSOFT, opened up an evening at the Asian Art Museum with a speech highlighting the importance of language communications in a world that is not only getting smaller, but also being fundamentally changed by technology.
In Antoine de Saint Exupéry’s The Little Prince, one of the most translated books in the world, the acquaintance of the little prince is made through a simple drawing of a sheep in a box. The story has been translated into 253 different languages, and it teaches us to ……
It’s a lot more exciting to discuss how AI can continue to support human development and advancement, rather than how robots are going take over the world. At the same time however, we must admit that technology is advancing at a rate that is difficult for society to keep up with, and as we move forward, the synergy between man and machine requires careful planning.
As the final installment in CGTN’s special series about “Global Business in Guangzhou” covering the 2018 Fortune Global Forum, Shunee Yee discussed three major points with two other panelists – where the opportunities are for multinationals working with China, what the best way of globalizing is, and how China and its companies can better engage with the global community.
Happy Holidays from CSOFT! Each year, we like to have our CSOFTers hang holiday wishes on our office Christmas trees. This year, we are continuing the tradition, but would like to invite our worldwide CSOFTers to participate as well! Spread the holiday cheer and leave a wish below for your fellow CSOFTers around the globe. Happy holidays!
At CSOFT, we appreciate our 10,000 experts around the world for their dedication to breaking down cultural and linguistic barriers, and strengthening global connections. Thank you to all linguists around the world for your passion and efforts in filling in the missing gaps and bringing people closer together.