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The intersection of writing, editing, and AI sheds light on the future of work
By Emir Mustafa Isler  |  Jul 02, 2024
The intersection of writing, editing, and AI sheds light on the future of work
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This episode of the Delta Dialog dives into the intriguing intersection of AI with translation, writing, and editing. Our guest, Jack Kotin, brings a wealth of experience to the table as an economist, linguist, and editor for The Yuan.

CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS - In this episode, Jack Kotin, editor for The Yuan, shares how the pandemic prompted his transition to remote work, a change he has continued to embrace. His current roles span multiple organizations, including international financial entities, game companies, translation companies, and more, and involve a significant focus on translation and localization projects. This remote setup has allowed him to travel and work simultaneously, expanding his horizons both professionally and personally.

The discussion then shifts to the broader implications of artificial intelligence (AI), especially in the realms of economics and linguistics. Jack explains how AI’s pervasive nature impacts nearly every field, including his own areas of expertise. His work in AI-related editing has provided him with unique insights into global challenges and international communication, enhancing his understanding of AI's role in solving complex problems.

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