Statement on the Public and Private Sector Initiative to Use AI for High-Volume Translation and Export of Manga

[Press Release]
JAT wishes to express its strong reservations regarding the initiative to use AI for high-volume translation and export of manga. AI is unfit to translate high-context, story-centric writing such as novels, scripts, games, and manga.

Press Release

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Commentaries from the Judges

Henry Smith (Part 1 & 2)
Ruth McCreery (Part 3)
Jim Davis (Part 4)

Source text (AIが可能にする「アイディア即プロダクト」の経済) is here

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Winner: E46 Chris Craigo (US)

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Twentieth Annual JAT Contest Finalists

Coming soon!

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お知らせ

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