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>If you think that software cannot equal human in terms of linguistics skill
>try reading "An Interactive Support Tool for Writing Multilingual Manuals"
>in IEEE Computer, July 1996. We (technical writers) can be automated. We
>won't loose our jobs, but they will change.
Machines do not now and probably never will be able to accurately
Software CANNOT equal human in terms of linguistic skills, and machines
cannot replace technical writers any more than Eliza replaced
Software tools can help us to organize our tasks and streamline certain
processes, but they cannot replace human language and understanding.
I am interested to know what this tool does, though.
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