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Julia Gstoettner (Localization Specialist and Project Manager, Independent, Co-Chair Localization SIG)
Location: Room 203, South Hall
Date: Wednesday, March 20
Time: 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Pass Type: All Access Pass, Core Pass, Summits Pass, Expo Pass, Audio Pass, Indie Games Summit Pass - Get your pass now!
Vault Recording: Not Recorded
The Localization Roundtable is a gathering event for all people involved in game localization, from developers to publishers, translators and linguists. From translation trends to audio, from localization technology to testing, this roundtable covers a wide range of discussion points with a brisk pace and a friendly atmosphere.
Machine translation post-editing, or MTPE for short, is a recent phenomenon that is gaining wider adoption due to the advent of large language models like Chat GPT, and a new wave of R&D into proprietary AI-powered translation tools. But what are the risks that clients and industry professionals need to bear? Can we quantify creative output when we place our trust in an algorithm? How do we control for bias, quality, and evolving culturalization? We would like to invite other professionals to share their own experiences and engage in a lively discussion with us.
Attendees in this roundtable session will interact with colleagues facing similar issues through the whole localization process, learning how problems have been overcome by their peers and gaining specific knowledge in the localization area.
Localization professionals from all departments and all areas of expertise; developers and publishers willing to understand how to plan and execute game localization and culturalization as a part of the development cycle; students approaching the game localization field.