Master CAWEB Blog

Would you like to know what’s new on the web and stay tuned about the CAWEB Master? Then this blog is what you need! Written entirely by CAWEB students, the blog allows us to share our university and work experiences.

bug bounty

Bug Bounty: Apparently It’s Good for Security

Bug bounty programs are becoming increasingly popular on the web and are being promoted by major Silicon Valley companies such as Facebook, Yahoo!, Google, Reddit, and Square. What is a bug bounty and how does it work? A bug bounty is an initiative that calls on hackers to detect loopholes, or anomalies, in a company’s […]

Intelligence artificielle et traduction

Artificial Intelligence: A Revolution in Machine Translation

The time for laughing at the clumsy machine translation is over. The development and application of artificial intelligence (AI) to machine translation is changing everything. Advances in machine translation (MT) In the era of digital technology and artificial intelligence, symbolic and statistical systems, which are based respectively on linguistic rules and corpora of translated texts, […]

Cours du professeur Naoto Nishio

Defining Localization: An Introduction by Dr. Naoto Nishio

You must have heard of “translation” before; however, the term “localization” could still be a mystery to you. This was indeed the case for us. That’s why on the 14th of October, Caweb students specializing in Japanese, were offered the opportunity to attend an exclusive course on localization, presented in Japanese by Dr. Naoto Nishio. Who […]

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