Scales to Support Petitions in 29 Languages with Unbabel

With more than 375 million users spanning 196 countries, is the world’s largest platform for social change. As such, the start-up services a massive multilingual user base. The customer service team, which is comprised of just 15 people, deploys Unbabel’s AI-powered, human-refined translation solution to meet these growing demands.…

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