Graham H. Turner joined the Department of Languages and Intercultural Studies as Professor and Director of the Centre for Translation & Interpreting Studies in Scotland in October 2005.
In well over 250 publications and presentations over the last 33 years he has explored issues of social and applied linguistics. He has edited international journals in Deaf Studies and in Translation & Interpreting Studies, and published across journals in linguistics, education, sociology, history and into philosophy psychology, engineering and information science disciplines.
Graham has extensive public engagement experience activities across all media for audiences from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival's 'Cabaret of Dangerous Ideas' to the Scottish Parliament.
17 June 2021 | 1 hr 15 mins
With machine translation having become almost an everyday staple in the language industry, the discussion continues to shift towards artificial intelligence and how it may impact the future of interpreting and interpreter training. To discuss this topic from two perspectives, Henry Liu and Graham Turner join the Troublesome Terps to tackle this crucial and controversial topic head on. Listen in and let us know what YOU think about our future and our possible co-existence with the C3POs of this world in the comments of on social media!