In a meeting at Google in 2004, the discussion turned to an e-mail message the company had received from a fan in South Korea. Sergey Brin, a Google founder, ran the message through an automatic translation service that the company had licensed. The ...Read Full Article
The sliced raw fish shoes it wishes. Google green onion thing!
What you see on Google Translate is state of the art
He basically said that this is something that is very important for Google.
The models become better and better the more text you process.
The current quality improvement curve is still pretty steep.
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