The Discourse and Translation Studies Research Group understands that the knowledge produced by contemporary societies, whether scientific-technical or cultural, is brought in the form of discourse; that is, language is used as a space of implementation. Nobody, at this time, can imagine the creation of knowledge apart from new information and communication technologies. The possibility of quickly accessing an extraordinary data volume through easily accessible smart terminals implies that knowledge bases should be translatable, either into processing bases or into other languages ​​and semiotic systems. Therefore, it seems likely to establish that creating new knowledge is subject to the condition of translatability and communicability of knowledge and that discourse is generated where knowledge becomes marketable output. (Montse R)