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      ( talk contribs ) Hi, I've installed Translate extension (MLEB 2017.07, MW 1.28.2) and configured the machine translation service for Yandex according to documentation but I get no api activity or network activity whatsoever. If I call the translation aid http://localhost/w/api.php?action=translationaids&format=json&title=Translations:Test-Übersetzung/2/en I get a proper json but the mt array is always empty.

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    2. Welocalize Hosts LocLeaders Forum Stuttgart 2017

      Printer-friendly version Frederick, Maryland – October 18 – Welocalize, global leader in innovative translation and localization solutions, will be welcoming clients, partners and industry colleagues to this year’s LocLeaders Forum Stuttgart 2017, taking place on Tuesday, October 24, starting at 5:30PM at the Mövenpick Hotel Stuttgart Airport & Messe. LocLeaders Forum Stuttgart 2017 coincides with the tekom conference and tcworld fair which take place in Messe Stuttgart, October 24-25.

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    3. Technically Speaking: Making language less foreign

      Technically Speaking: Making language less foreign

      Search news, photos and videos on Army.mil Technically Speaking: Making language less foreign By Mr. Michael Doney, Dr. Christina Bates and Mr. Tracy Blocker, PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors October 17, 2017 Share on LinkedIn 1 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A Soldier and a role-player standing in for an Arabic-speaking local test MFLTS twoway speech translation app at the Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiment (AEWE) 2016 at Fort Benning, Georgia.

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    4. I would like to hire a Polish translator by worldtranslator2

      I would like to hire a Polish translator by worldtranslator2

      I would like to hire a Polish translator Hello, we need to translate some website text from English to Polish . . We are looking for a native translator who will do this job. No google or machine translation, we need only human translation. We need 100% accurate and high quality work. We can offer Cheaper rates and with more future [url removed, login to view] your bid if you can do it. Thanks

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    5. Johns Hopkins Scientists to Build Machine Translation System for Obscure Languages

      Johns Hopkins Scientists to Build Machine Translation System for Obscure Languages

      Johns Hopkins Scientists to Build Machine Translation System for Obscure Languages By JHU Hub Share The U.S. office of the Director of National Intelligence has given a team of computer scientists at Johns Hopkins University a $10.7-million grant to create an information retrieval and translation system for languages that are not widely used around the world.

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    6. Meet the Mate 10, Huawei's New AI-Powered Flagship Phone | Wired

      Meet the Mate 10, Huawei's New AI-Powered Flagship Phone | Wired

      Meet the Mate 10, Huawei's New AI-Powered Flagship Phone Maurizio Pesce/WIRED The next big thing in phones: high-end handsets that harness artificial intelligence to drive advanced features like smart photography, machine translation, and predictive behavior. While we're waiting for the Pixel 2 and the iPhone X to show up in the stores, Huawei has joined the AI fray with its new handset, the Mate 10 Pro.

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    7. Commentary: Translation technology is useful, but should not replace learning languages

      Commentary: Translation technology is useful, but should not replace learning languages

      BRISBANE: For many years now, there have been calls for people to learn languages, particularly Asian languages, as the world economy pivots to the Asia Pacific. But the number of students learning languages, in Australia for instance, has remained stubbornly low. Rapid improvements in machine translation and speech recognition technologies in recent years appear to offer an easy way out.

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    8. Google hopes hip-hop star MC Jin can help kick-start its comeback in China

      Google hopes hip-hop star MC Jin can help kick-start its comeback in China

      Google Google Translate app makes its comeback to China with help from hip-hop star After an absence of seven years, the American tech giant has reintroduced its Translate mobile app to Chinese users as it searches for a way back PUBLISHED : Monday, 16 October, 2017, 5:45pm UPDATED : Monday, 16 October, 2017, 6:30pm Some Home Minis recorded everything and sent sounds to Google 11 Oct 2017 Google has launched a campaign promoting its Translate mobile app to a new generation of Chinese users as it apparently looks for a way back in after a seven-year absence from the country ...

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    9. Gigaom | Voices in Ai – Episode 8: A Conversation with Esther Dyson

      Gigaom | Voices in Ai – Episode 8: A Conversation with Esther Dyson

      RSS Byron Reese: Today, our guest is Esther Dyson. Esther Dyson is a living legend. She has been an angel investor, and sits on the boards of a number of companies. She is also a best-selling author, a world citizen, and a backup cosmonaut for the Russian Space Program. Now, she serves as the Executive Founder for a non-profit called Way to Wellville. Welcome to the show, Esther. Esther Dyson: Delighted to be here. Let’s start with that; that sounds like an intriguing non-profit.

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    10. Shifting to the small screen

      Shifting to the small screen

      Shahriar Rahman What brings you here in Dhaka? I have come to the fascinating city of Dhaka to support the launch of AdReach Bangladesh's new outcome-based marketing service. Why is Robi getting into the digital advertising industry, when the market is already saturated and dominated by big players like Google? Our point of view is that Google and Facebook's dominance is on the “sell side” of the digital advertising industry. Facebook in particular can be viewed primarily as a “publisher”.

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    11. Translation technology is useful, but should not replace learning languages

      Translation technology is useful, but should not replace learning languages

      Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under Creative Commons licence. The benefits of language-learning go far beyond being able to translate. 9to5google.com Messenger For many years now, there have been calls for Australians to learn languages, particularly Asian languages, as the world economy pivots to the Asia-Pacific. But the number of students learning languages in Australia has remained stubbornly low .

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    12. Word embedding – Data Science Group, Iitr – Medium

      Word embedding – Data Science Group, Iitr – Medium

      Oct 14 Word embedding What are word embeddings? Why we use word embeddings? Before going into details. lets see some example : There are many website that ask us to give reviews or feedback about there product when we are using them. like:- Amazon, IMDB. we also use to search at google with couple of words and get result related to it. There are some sites that put tags on the blog related the material in the bolg. so how do they do this.

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    13. Universal translator now a reality

      By Syd Bolton Friday, October 13, 2017 5:44:01 EDT PM Juston Payne, product manager for Google Clips at Google Inc., introduces the new Google Pixel Buds at a product launch event on Oct. 4, 2017 at the SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco. (ELIJAH NOUVELAGE/AFP/Getty Images) Change text size for the story Print Report an error I’ve written before about how it’s really easy to predict the future. Just watch Star Trek. Pretty much any future tech it shows has begun to appear in our lives.

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    14. Universal translator now a reality

      By Syd Bolton Friday, October 13, 2017 5:44:01 EDT PM Juston Payne, product manager for Google Clips at Google Inc., introduces the new Google Pixel Buds at a product launch event on Oct. 4, 2017 at the SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco. (ELIJAH NOUVELAGE/AFP/Getty Images) Change text size for the story Print Report an error I’ve written before about how it’s really easy to predict the future. Just watch Star Trek. Pretty much any future tech it shows has begun to appear in our lives.

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    15. Easy, Interpreters: New Google Earbuds 'Will Not Affect Translation Jobs'

      Easy, Interpreters: New Google Earbuds 'Will Not Affect Translation Jobs'

      2 288 1 1 Google has released Pixel Buds, sophisticated headphones that can instantly translate between forty different languages using a Pixel smartphone. Speaking to Sputnik, professional Portuguese translator Joao Correia expressed confidence that the new headphones won't be a threat to his job. "With many businesses starting to advertise the devices that can interpret conversation between the two languages, Google Pixel Buds will not affect translation jobs at all, he said.

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    16. Man vs machine: robot translators have yet to convince shoppers: study

      Man vs machine: robot translators have yet to convince shoppers: study

      Facebook Machines still have a long way to go before they can rival their human counterparts in translating content, says ecommerce content producer Quill. The company tested product copy produced by human translators and by machines, asking survey respondents which would make them more likely to buy, and which gave them the most positive impression of the retailer. For both these metrics, the study found that human translations dominated across all markets and verticals.

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    17. Chinese messaging app error sees n-word used in translation

      Technology Chinese messaging app error sees n-word used in translation WeChat is blaming machine learning for erroneously converting a neutral phrase meaning ‘black foreigner’ into something far more offensive WeChat says the translation engine it uses is a neural network-based service, which is always being tweaked for more accurate output.

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    18. China's Most Popular App Apologizes After Translating 'Black Foreigner' As The N-Word

      China's Most Popular App Apologizes After Translating 'Black Foreigner' As The N-Word

      The translation service in China's biggest messaging app, WeChat, is being retooled after offering a racist slur as a translation for the phrase "black foreigner." Image: WeChat Ann James, a black theatre director based in Shanghai, messaged her colleagues in English on Wednesday to say she was running late. When a coworker replied in Chinese, WeChat translated their message into English as "The nigger is late."

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    19. China’s WeChat Under Fire For Translating ‘Black Foreigner’ Into the N-Word

      China’s WeChat Under Fire For Translating ‘Black Foreigner’ Into the N-Word

      Comments Popular Chinese app WeChat received heavy criticism after a user received a message containing the word heilaowai or “black foreigners,” and was translated into racist slurs through the app. Shanghai-based theater guru Ann James received a message from her colleagues saying “Black foreigners is cool,” and she was startled when WeChat translated the text to “The nigger is still late.” The in-app translation even includes some racially insensitive suggestions when using phrases such as “Black foreigners strange,” and turns them into offensive phrases such as “A nigger is lazy” or “A nigger is a thief.” Fortunately, WeChat caught on ...

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    20. China's Most Popular App Apologises After Translating 'Black Foreigner' as the N-Word

      China's Most Popular App Apologises After Translating 'Black Foreigner' as the N-Word

      By Sidney Fussell on at The translation service in China’s biggest messaging app, WeChat, is being retooled after offering a racist slur as a translation for the phrase “black foreigner.” Ann James, a black theater director based in Shanghai, messaged her colleagues in English on Wednesday to say she was running late.

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    21. Machine Translation Market to See 19.0%CAGR Growth to 2024: Growth Factor & Trends

      Machine translation market by Growth drivers: • Emerging demand for content localization • Increasing need for cost efficiency and high speed translation • Industry pitfalls and challenges • Lack of quality and accuracy Get Discount on this Report: www.marketstudyreport.com/check-for-discount/467629/?utm_... Global machine translation market share was dominated by SMT technology, which contributed over 60% to the revenue in 2016.

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