Exploration on the Translation Teaching Mode of English Majors in Colleges in the Era of Artificial Intelligence



In the era of artificial intelligence, the rapid developed technology will bring total change to translation instruction in colleges especially with the current milestone product as ChatGPT. This paper mainly discusses the current challenges which traditional translation teaching modes are facing right now. It is necessary to improve the AI Awareness among Teachers and Students to create a smart English instruction mode to apply in the classroom daily teaching with an effective and intelligent AI-assisted evaluation mechanism. The innovation on English translation teaching mode will help to nurture qualified translation professionals in the future.


Artificial intelligence; English translation teaching mode

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