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    1. Meet the Pilot, world’s first language translating earbuds

      Meet the Pilot, world’s first language translating earbuds

      By MB Online The world’s first smart earpiece Pilot will soon be translating over 15 languages. According to Springwise , Waverly Labs’ Pilot can already translate five spoken languages, English, French, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish, and seven written additional languages, German, Hindi, Russian, Japanese, Arabic, Korean and Mandarin Chinese.

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      Mentions: Russian Bluetooth
    2. Google Extends Neural Machine Translation to More Tongues

      Google Extends Neural Machine Translation to More Tongues

      Today, 8:24 AM Google has updated its Google Translate service and made it possible to generate higher-quality translations for a handful of new languages. Specifically, Google has applied its neural machine translation technique to Hindi, Russian, and Vietnamese. This methodology translates entire sentences at a time, rather than individual words or smaller phrases.

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    3. Diversity and Inclusion Strategy for Participation/First Language Interviews FAQ

      Difference between revisions of "Diversity and Inclusion Strategy for Participation/First Language Interviews FAQ" From MozillaWiki (No difference) Latest revision as of 09:41, 7 March 2017 Mozilla is looking towards creating a Diversity and Inclusion Strategy for Participation. In an effort to make this process language-inclusive, we are conducting focus groups and 1:1 interviews in various languages apart from English.

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    4. Google's Neural Machine Translation engine learns three new languages, with more on the way

      Google's Neural Machine Translation engine learns three new languages, with more on the way

      Late last year, Google announced a breakthrough in translating. Dubbed Neural Machine Translation, it let Google’s AI-powered engine tackle full sentences instead of just words, giving translations a more natural feel. Now Google is expanding it to a several more languages. Back when it launched, Google’s new translator was available for English and just eight other languages, including French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Turkish.

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    5. Google expands use of AI-powered translations to more languages

      Google expands use of AI-powered translations to more languages

      By James Walker 24 mins ago in Technology Google has announced the expansion of its neural network integration with Google Translate. The system enables Translate to generate more accurate translations for key words and phrases. The technology is now being rolled out to several new languages. First announced last November, Google's neural machine translation systems enable Translate to process entire sentences at once.

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    6. Neural translation comes to Hindi, Russian, Vietnamese

      Neural translation comes to Hindi, Russian, Vietnamese

      Neural translation comes to Hindi, Russian, Vietnamese By 0 Ever since Google announced they were bringing neural machine translation to its Google Translate service, there is an expectation that when it is finally applied, there will be significant improvements in the quality of the translations. They rolled it out finally to selected countries, like Brazil, Turkey, and Japan.

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    7. Google's Neural Machine Translation engine learns three new languages, with more on the way | PCWorld

      Google's Neural Machine Translation engine learns three new languages, with more on the way | PCWorld

      Google's Neural Machine Translation engine learns three new languages, with more on the way It now understands Hindi, Russian, and Vietnamese, with more languages on the way. Staff Writer, Greenbot | Mar 7, 2017 10:44 AM PT Email a friend Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent. Sorry There was an error emailing this page.

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    8. Google Translate will now help you more accurately decipher Hindi, Russian, and Vietnamese languages

      Google Translate will now help you more accurately decipher Hindi, Russian, and Vietnamese languages

      Google Translate will now help you more accurately decipher Hindi, Russian, and Vietnamese languages Google Translate will now help you more accurately decipher Hindi, Russian, and Vietnamese languages Posted: Tags : iOS - iOS + Android - Android + Google - Google + Google Translate is one of the most powerful pieces of software you can currently get for your smartphone to help you better understand different languages.

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    9. Google is using computer systems based on the human brain to translate an increasing number of languages

      Google is using computer systems based on the human brain to translate an increasing number of languages

      Mar. 7, 2017, 5:07 PM Google Google is trying to make Google Translate more accurate by expanding the number of languages that are supported by its neural machine translation software. The software uses deep neural networks — computer systems based on the human brain and nervous system — to translate entire sentences, rather than just phrases.

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    10. Google is using computer systems based on the human brain to translate an increasing number of languages (GOOG)

      Google is using computer systems based on the human brain to translate an increasing number of languages (GOOG)

      Google is trying to make Google Translate more accurate by expanding the number of languages that are supported by its neural machine translation software.

      The software uses deep neural networks — computer systems based on the human brain and nervous system — to translate entire sentences, rather than just phrases.

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    11. Google is using computer systems based on the human brain to translate an increasing number of languages

      Google is using computer systems based on the human brain to translate an increasing number of languages

      twitter Google Google is trying to make Google Translate more accurate by expanding the number of languages that are supported by its neural machine translation software. The software uses deep neural networks — computer systems based on the human brain and nervous system — to translate entire sentences, rather than just phrases. The Californian search giant announced on Monday that Hindi, Russian, and Vietnamese will be powered by neural machine translation in the next couple of weeks.

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    12. Google Translate Gets Neural Machine Translation Support for Hindi Language | Ndtv Gadgets360.com

      Google Translate Gets Neural Machine Translation Support for Hindi Language | Ndtv Gadgets360.com

      Google Translate Gets Neural Machine Translation Support for Hindi Language Neural machine learning support introduced for Hindi Even Russian and Vietnamese got support on Google Translate Google to add support for more languages in the future Google Translate first introduced neural machine translation last November to fine tune its translations - but at that time had introduced support for only eight languages.

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    13. Google to add more languages to AI translation system

      Google to add more languages to AI translation system

      Google to add more languages to AI translation system 16:37 16:37 Google Inc. said Tuesday that it will add more languages to its new artificial intelligence translation system and significantly improve quality and reduce errors of services offered.In November, the US Internet giant announced that Google Translate has been switched to a new system called Neural Machine Translation, an end-to-end learning framework that learns from millions of examples.

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    14. Google Translate upgrades neural machine translation for Hindi, Russian, and Vietnamese

      Google Translate upgrades neural machine translation for Hindi, Russian, and Vietnamese

      Google Translate Hindi-to-English translation with neural upgrade (screenshot) Several more languages are slated for a massive interpretation update in the coming weeks Gedalyah Reback 45 mins ago Google Translate is rolling out a major upgrade for several languages over the next few weeks starting with Russian, Vietnamese, and Hindi, the product lead announced on Google’s company blog late Monday.

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    15. Google's AI-powered translator works with three more languages

      Google's AI-powered translator works with three more languages Neural machine translation now works with Hindi, Russian and Vietnamese. Save AOL Google wants language translation to sound more natural. Last year, it began moving away from phrase-based machine translation and created an AI-powered system called Google Neural Machine Translation (GNMT). Now, the company says it's expanding GNMT to Hindi, Russian and Vietnamese.

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    16. ​Google expands neural translation to Hindi, Russian, Vietnamese

      ​Google expands neural translation to Hindi, Russian, Vietnamese

      ZDNet Japan ​Google expands neural translation to Hindi, Russian, Vietnamese Google Translate neural machine translation will be applied to Hindi, Russian, and Vietnamese, making a total of 12 languages upgraded with the technology. | Topic: Innovation Google will apply neural machine translation to three more languages -- Hindi, Russian and Vietnamese -- in its namesake translation service, the company announced in its blog .

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    17. Google’s smarter, A.I.-powered translation system expands to more languages

      Google’s smarter, A.I.-powered translation system expands to more languages

      Google’s smarter, A.I.-powered translation system expands to more languages TechCrunch 2 hrs ago Sarah Perez © Provided by TechCrunch Last fall, Google introduced a new system for machine-assisted language translations, Google Neural Machine Translation system (GNMT), which takes advantage of deep neural networks to translate entire sentences – not just phrases – for greatly improved translations.

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    18. Google's AI-Translator Beefs Up Language Skills | News & Opinion

      Good news, world travelers: Google Translate is getting a lot more accurate. Google last fall introduced something called neural machine translation , which uses artificial intelligence to translate entire sentences instead of individual phrases for a more fluent and understandable result. Now, the technology is available for three more languages: Hindi, Russian, and Vietnamese. On top of that, Google plans to bring these improvements to "many more languages" over the next couple of weeks.

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    19. Press-release on the meeting of the heads of Rospatent and EPO

      Press-release on the meeting of the heads of Rospatent and EPO

      Geneva , 26 September 2013

      The Director General of the Federal Service for Intellectual Property ( Rospatent ) Boris Simonov and the President of the European Patent Office ( EPO ) Benoît Battistelli presented the Russian - English version of the automatic machine translation tool during the meeting which took place in

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    20. TalentGuard Adds Deep Neural Network Machine Translation into its Product Suite

      TalentGuard Adds Deep Neural Network Machine Translation into its Product Suite Share Article TalentGuard Uses Microsoft’s Cognitive Services for Multilanguage Support Covering 50+ Languages Austin, Texas (PRWEB) March 07, 2017 TalentGuard Inc., today announced that Microsoft’s Translator technology powers translation features across TalentGuard’s product suite including Performance, Career Pathing, Succession Planning, Certification Tracking and 360 Feedback.

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