Communication in global software projects usually occurs between native and non-native English speakers with the drawback of an unequal ability to fully understand and contribute to discussions. In this paper, we investigate the adoption of combining speech recognition and machine translation in order to overcome language barriers among stakeholders who are remotely negotiating software requirements. We report our findings from a simulated study where stakeholders communicate speaking three different languages with the help of the Google mobile speech translation service.
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