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    1. This week's top Indian tech news | VentureBeat | Business | by Jayadevan PK, FactorDaily

      This week's top Indian tech news | VentureBeat | Business | by Jayadevan PK, FactorDaily

      GUEST: Here’s a quick wrap-up of the biggest stories from India this week. 1. Amazon chief Jeff Bezos is optimistic about the company’s prospects in India , a $16 billion e-commerce market. Amazon has already committed $5 billion to grow it’s presence in the country, and Bezos called out the performance of its India business at its earnings call last Thursday. He said that the company’s website is the most visited and fastest growing marketplace in India.

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    2. Extension:ContentTranslation

      Configuration variables [ edit ] This section is currently a draft. Material may not yet be complete, information may presently be omitted, and certain parts of the content may be subject to radical, rapid alteration. More information pertaining to this may be available on the talk page . For the full list and defaults, see extension.json in the source repository. ContentTranslationExperimentalFeatures Not used at the moment. Was used in the past for testing experimental features.

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    3. Google Translate Indonesia Adopts NMT Technology

      Google Translate Indonesia Adopts NMT Technology

      Friday, 28 April, 2017 | 19:46 WIB Google Translate Indonesia Adopts NMT Technology Zoom Out Zoom In Normal TEMPO.CO , Jakarta - Google announced today that its Indonesian multilingual machine translation service is already equipped with Google’s neural machine translation (NMT). This technology enables a more accurate and easily understandable translation. “Indonesia is one of the countries in the world with the most active Google Translate users.

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    4. Johnson: Translation platforms cannot replace humans

      Johnson: Translation platforms cannot replace humans

      ARAB newspapers have a reputation, partly deserved, for tamely taking the official line. On any given day, for example, you might read that “a source close to the Iranian Foreign Ministry told Al-Hayat that ‘Tehran will continue to abide by the terms of the nuclear agreement as long as the other side does the same.’” But the exceptional thing about this unexceptional story is that, thanks to Google, English-speaking readers can now read this in the Arab papers themselves.

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    5. Omniscien Technologies Announces Partnership with LexisNexis to Deploy Language Studio™ Neural Machine Translation

      Omniscien Technologies Announces Partnership with LexisNexis to Deploy Language Studio™ Neural Machine Translation

      Omniscien Technologies (formerly Asia Online) today announced a partnership with LexisNexis to deploy Language Studio™ Neural Machine Translation (NMT) to further support the LexisNexis intellectual property workflow. This agreement offers the marketplace a superior customized solution based on the combination of expertise from leaders in machine translation and intellectual property solutions, Omniscien Technologies and LexisNexis IP.

      SINGAPORE (PRWEB) April 28, 2017

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    6. DJI Offers A Huge Cash Reward In A Bid To Solve An Airport Drone Mystery

      DJI Offers A Huge Cash Reward In A Bid To Solve An Airport Drone Mystery

      Stay current with a recap of today's Tech News from Digital Trends Get today's popular Digital Trends articles in your inbox: Why it matters to you DJI's actions highlights the seriousness of the issue of illegal drone flights in restricted airports as the aviation industry continues to seek effective methods to deal with such incursions.

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    7. Google Boosts Translation Services In India 04/27/2017

      Google Boosts Translation Services In India 04/27/2017

      9To5Google , Thursday, April 27, 2017 12:12 PM Google this week is rolling out several Translate and language-focused updates for Chrome and Search in India. “First announced last year,” as 9To5Google reports, “neural machine translation now works between English and nine widely used Indian languages: Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Gujarati, Punjabi, Malayalam and Kannada.” Read the whole story at 9To5Google »

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      Mentions: India Google Kannada
    8. Omniscien Technologies Announces Partnership with LexisNexis to Deploy Language Studio™ Neural Machine Translation

      Omniscien Technologies (formerly Asia Online) today announced a partnership with LexisNexis to deploy Language Studio™ Neural Machine Translation (NMT) to further support the LexisNexis intellectual property workflow. This agreement offers the marketplace a superior customized solution based on the combination of expertise from leaders in machine translation and intellectual property solutions, Omniscien Technologies and LexisNexis IP.

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      Mentions: LexisNexis
    9. Prototype of eParticipation portal shared as open source

      Prototype of eParticipation portal shared as open source

      Prototype of eParticipation portal shared as open source The EU’s Publication Office has just published the source code for a prototype of an eParticipation portal, allowing citizens to help draft EU legislative proposals. The code for the prototype is the result of a so-called pilot project, launched by the European Parliament in 2015. Such pilot projects are tacked onto the Parliaments’ approval of the annual budget for the European Commission.

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    10. Omniscien Technologies Announces Partnership with LexisNexis to Deploy Language Studio™ Neural Machine Translation

      Omniscien Technologies Announces Partnership with LexisNexis to Deploy Language Studio™ Neural Machine Translation

      RSS Feeds: Omniscien Technologies Announces Partnership with LexisNexis to Deploy Language Studio™ Neural Machine Translation San Francisco, CA, Omniscien Technologies (formerly Asia Online) today announced a partnership with LexisNexis to deploy Language Studio™ Neural Machine Translation (NMT) to further support the LexisNexis intellectual property workflow.

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    11. Omniscien Technologies Announces Partnership with LexisNexis to Deploy Language Studio™ Neural Machine Translation

      April 27, 2017 at 07:08 AM EDT Omniscien Technologies Announces Partnership with LexisNexis to Deploy Language Studio™ Neural Machine Translation San Francisco, CA, Omniscien Technologies (formerly Asia Online) today announced a partnership with LexisNexis to deploy Language Studio™ Neural Machine Translation (NMT) to further support the LexisNexis intellectual property workflow.

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    12. Alphabet (GOOG) Q1 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

      Alphabet (GOOG) Q1 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

      Alphabet (GOOG) Q1 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript Apr.27.17 April 27, 2017 4:30 pm ET Executives Douglas T. Anmuth - JPMorgan Securities LLC Heather Bellini - Goldman Sachs & Co. Eric J. Sheridan - UBS Securities LLC Mark Mahaney - RBC Capital Markets LLC Peter C. Stabler - Wells Fargo Securities LLC Brian Nowak - Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC Daniel Salmon - BMO Capital Markets (United States) Ross Sandler - Barclays Capital, Inc. Justin Post - Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

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      Mentions: India Canada New York
    13. Google expands its reach in India with neural machine translation technology

      Google expands its reach in India with neural machine translation technology

      ZDNet Japan Google expands its reach in India with neural machine translation technology The company has announced several updates to make its products more accessible to the millions of Indians who don't speak English. | Topic: Artificial Intelligence Google on Thursday rolled out several new products and features aimed at making its tools more useful for the millions of Indians who don't speak English.

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      Mentions: India Google Kannada
    14. Google woos India with Gboard, Translate updates

      Google woos India with Gboard, Translate updates

      Reddit The US and China are traditionally seen as the largest smartphone markets in the world. Of late, however, a third superpower has risen: India. The sub-continent is home to millions of users hungry for more affordable smartphones, more ubiquitous Internet access, and more accessible content. That’s why in its latest sweep of apps and services updates, Google is introducing new features and support for more languages to appeal to the more than 400 million potential customers in India.

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      Mentions: India China Google
    15. Google Translate adds better translations for more Indian languages

      Google Translate adds better translations for more Indian languages

      Google Translate adds better translations for more Indian languages By 0 Google Translate is perhaps one of the most widely used web services by the tech giant. With the billions of webpages written in English, it can be difficult for some non-native English speakers to understand the things on a page. However, there’s also the fact that only 15 percent of the world population speak it as their primary or secondary language.

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      Mentions: India Google Kannada
    16. Topic:Tpeyc9o4vl6xua21

      ( talk contribs ) Apologies if it was requested before. At present the machine translation implemented in "Context translation" tool, produces typical machine translation gibberish, doesn't convert citations etc. This, in itself, does not make the tool useless (it is good for creating links, moving pictures etc.) and it can be a nice help for an experienced (and sensible) editor.

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    17. Google announces products for 9 Indian languages while 11 more get keyboard support - YourStory.com

      Google announces products for 9 Indian languages while 11 more get keyboard support - YourStory.com

      Flipboard Google India announced a new set of products and features for Indian languages on Tuesday. Google Translate will use the company’s new neural machine translation (NMT) technology. NMT will be applicable for nine Indian languages including Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Marathi, Gujarati, Punjabi, Malayalam, and Kannada. The feature offers a huge improvement over the old phrase-based system which translates full sentences at a time, instead of pieces of a sentence.

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      Mentions: India Google Kannada
    18. Google's neural machine translation now supports 9 Indian languages

      Google's neural machine translation now supports 9 Indian languages

      Internet How Google's neural machine translation makes it easier for Indians to translate to and from English Google's neural machine translation technology now supports nine Indian languages, including Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Gujarati, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada. April 26, 2017 14:02 IST Google's neural machine translation now supports nine Indian languages, including Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Gujarati, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada.

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      Mentions: India Google Kannada
    19. Google Introduces Indian Language Support Across Products

      Google Introduces Indian Language Support Across Products

      Google Introduces Indian Language Support Across Products IANS Apr 26, 2017, 10.33 AM IST Aiming to bring a billion people online and make the web more useful for them, Google India on Tuesday announced a new set of products and features for the Indian languages. Google Translate 's new " Neural Machine Translation " technology to translate between English and nine widely used languages -- Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Gujarati, Punjabi, Malayalam and Kannada.

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      Mentions: India Brazil Google
    20. Google Translate is even better at translations, support for more languages added

      Google Translate is even better at translations, support for more languages added

      Google Translate is even better at translations, support for more languages added Google Translate is even better at translations, support for more languages added Posted: Tags : Android - Android + Apps - Apps + Google - Google + The Translate application developed by Google has just been improved with the addition of several new languages.

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    21. Chrome for Android Speaks More Languages

      Chrome for Android Speaks More Languages

      Today, 3:38 PM by Eric M. Zeman @phonescooper Google today announced several improvements headed to its Chrome browser for Android devices. Primarily, the newest version of Chrome is better at translating languages. Google says Chrome is gaining neural machine translation for nine more language pairs including to and from English for Indonesian and eight Indian languages: Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Punjabi, Tamil, and Telugu.

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    22. Google is on to making web more meaningful for India, announces new products and features for Indian languages

      Google is on to making web more meaningful for India, announces new products and features for Indian languages

      Google is on to making web more meaningful for India, announces new products and features for Indian languages Nazia Bijal Apr 25, 2017, 07.44 PM Facebook Linkedin Twitter Google+ Reddit Continue reading Over the next 5 years, 9 out of 10 new internet users in India are likely to be Indian language users, finds out Google. And the focus on Indian languages has never been sharper.

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      Mentions: India Google Kannada
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