The search giant is boosting its brain-like intercultural communication capacity, aiming to attract audience and keep the edge against main competitors in the virtual world. Barak Turovsky, head of Google Inc.’s translating system, said in a blog post that neural machine translation, introduced in November, will be spread to a bunch of languages within weeks.
The deep learning capability has now been introduced for Hindi, Russian and Vietnamese, on top of eight global tongues. Turovsky adds neural networks are a much better than the previous technology, as the company’s engineers turned from syntagms and phrases to whole sentences. Core artificial intelligence, however, is still underpinning the upgrade. New features will be available both for iOS and Android.
The technology giant claims the switch to Google Neural Machine Translation for English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Turkish has immediately enabled more accuracy and understanding.
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