UQ News Translation FAQ
UQ News uses Google Translation Tools to machine translate any news articles on this site. Google Translation Tools will allow you to grasp the general intent of the original article, but will not produce a polished translation.
What is Machine Translation?
Machine Translation is the process where computer software translates text from one natural language into another. This definition accounts for the grammatical structure of each language and uses rules and assumptions to transfer the grammatical structure of the source language into the translated language.
No review and No assistance. UQ News does not review the articles which you submit for machine translation. You are entirely responsible for the implications of the translation thereof. UQ News does not provide any assistance, including technical or customer support, in the use of this service. Any use of this service is at your own risk.
No responsibility for accuracy. Because of language complexities, and the possibility of a number of different translations and interpretations of particular words and phrases, there are inherent limitations in machine translations. UQ News therefore recommends that you examine and verify the translation resulting from use of this service, and accepts no responsibility for the accuracy thereof.
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