Universitat Rovira i Virgili

Online workshop “Harnessing ChatGPT - Effective Prompt Generation for Translators” on June 17, 2-4 pm CET

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Seminar led by Mark Lodge and the Master’s in Professional English-Spanish Translation at URV

About the workshop

In this interactive workshop, Mark Lodge will guide participants through the intricacies of

using ChatGPT for translation tasks. Attendees will learn how to craft effective prompts

that maximize the potential of ChatGPT, enhancing their translation accuracy and


Key takeaways:

• Understanding the fundamentals of ChatGPT and its application in translation

• Techniques for generating precise and effective prompts

• Tips and tricks to enhance translation quality using AI tools

• Live demonstrations and hands-on practice sessions

• Q&A session to address specific queries and challenges

Who should attend?

This workshop is ideal for professional translators, language enthusiasts, and anyone

interested in leveraging AI for language translation. Whether you are a professional

translator or just starting, this workshop will provide valuable insights and practical skills.


• Date: Monday, June 17

• Time: 2:00 - 4:00 PM (CET)

• Platform: Teams (Link: Uniu-vos ara a la reunió)

• Free of charge

About the speaker:

Mark Lodge has been a seasoned freelance translator from Spanish and Catalan to English

since 1987. He has extensive experience in both editing and translating for prestigious

organizations, publishing houses, and universities. His work includes academic articles on

communication, media studies, journalism, and social sciences. Notable translations

include Life in the Financial Markets by Daniel Lacalle and Memoirs of a Spanish Civil

War Artist by Carles Fontserè, supported by the Institut d'Estudis Catalans. In addition to

his translation work, Mark has edited numerous works, such as Arshile Gorky, Works and

Writings, demonstrating his editorial expertise and commitment to high-quality content.

Since 2017, he has also taught Scientific Communication at the Universitat Internacional

de Catalunya.


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