1. Articles in category: Machine Translation

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    1. 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 Posted Russian hackers reportedly extorting cash from liberal political groups 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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    2. Google Translate Just Improved Accuracy Using Artificial Intelligence

      Google Translate Just Improved Accuracy Using Artificial Intelligence

      By Sage Lazzaro • 03/06/17 3:04pm No more awkward translations. Pixabay Teaching machines to truly understand natural language has been one of the biggest challenges facing computer scientists working to advance artificial intelligence. But Google has made real progress in getting computers to look at language as more than just a bag of words, and these advancements are now making their way into its products.

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    3. Google Translate integrates into Gboard with latest updates

      Google Translate integrates into Gboard with latest updates

      News Gboard screenshots (Google Play) The feature resembles what Chrome has had for desktop for over a year, but could make translation seamless Gedalyah Reback 2 hours ago Google Translate is now fully integrated into Gboard, thanks to a new update to the company’s recently released mobile keypad. The keyboard, still in beta testing, now features a Translate button that will pop up a box on screen featuring a translation of what you type as you write it.

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    4. 3 habits of successful language learners

      3 habits of successful language learners Posted Fresh with cash, Anand Sharma’s Gyroscope is building the backend to the journey of you Masato Hagiwara Crunch Network Contributor Masato Hagiwara is a research scientist and engineer at Duolingo . Dr. Hagiwara holds a PhD from Nagoya University, and his research interests include Japanese and Chinese language processing, machine translation and language education. He speaks Japanese, Chinese and English fluently.

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    5. IM-Magic Partition Resizer Pro 3.2

      IM-Magic Partition Resizer Pro 3.2

      Giveaway of the day — IM-Magic Partition Resizer Pro 3.2 リサイズの分割空間なreformattingディスク、OS再インストールす! ユーザーの評価: 2 (40%) 3 (60%) コメントを残す IM-Magic Partition Resizer Pro 3.2 は今日のGiveawayとして利用可能です! 必要なサイズの変更せreformattingディスクか? みIM-マジックパResizer Proのサイズの変更パスなreformattingディスク、OS再インストールなトラブルを自分で移動では大量のデータを当て"られます。 パResizer Proが開発したIM-マジック株式会社 100%安全なリサイズし、配信先ディスクスペースは、非常に直感的なインタフェースです。 3.2版の新機能: The current text is the result of machine translation. You can help us improve it.

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    6. King - Man + Woman = Queen: The Marvelous Mathematics of Computational Linguistics - Mit Technology Review

      King - Man + Woman = Queen: The Marvelous Mathematics of Computational Linguistics - Mit Technology Review

      King - Man + Woman = Queen: The Marvelous Mathematics of Computational Linguistics The ability to number-crunch vast amounts of words is creating a new science of linguistics. September 17, 2015 Computational linguistics has dramatically changed the way researchers study and understand language. The ability to number-crunch huge amounts of words for the first time has led to entirely new ways of thinking about words and their relationship to one another.

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    7. Line : Naver, LINE showcase AI platform Clova

      Naver and LINE Corp. unveiled their artificial intelligence (AI)-based assistant platform Clova at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 in Barcelona , the companies reported Thursday. According to Naver and its mobile service subsidiary, Clova, which stands for "cloud virtual assistant," aims at an AI platform that works based on the five human senses.

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      Mentions: Barcelona Sony IoT
    8. How to do Speech Recognition with Deep Learning

      How to do Speech Recognition with Deep Learning

      How to do Speech Recognition with Deep Learning 03/03/2017 Adam Geitgey This post is by Adam Geitgey , Machine Learning Consultant Speech recognition is invading our lives. It’s built into our phones, our game consoles and our smart watches. It’s even automating our homes. For just $50, you can get an Amazon Echo Dot — a magic box that allows you to order pizza, get a weather report or even buy trash bags — just by speaking out loud: Alexa, order a large pizza!

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    9. 5 Ways to Bypass Blocked Sites Without Using Proxies or VPNs

      5 Ways to Bypass Blocked Sites Without Using Proxies or VPNs

      Twitter Picture the scene. You’re at work or school, and in your downtime, you want to peruse a website. Maybe you want to check your social media feeds or need to watch YouTube for research purposes… but it’s blocked. You could turn to a proxy service or try a VPN — except the former are often blocked too, and the latter requires a bit more effort than you might like if you are just trying to sneak a glance at a censored site The Internet Isn't Really Free - Who Is Censoring It & Why The Internet Isn't Really ...

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    10. Sisulizer Translator 4.0 Build 366 (Trial)

      Sisulizer Translator 4.0 Build 366 (Trial)

      100% CLEAN report malware 18 screenshots Easily and quickly localize software solutions with the help of this streamlined and user-friendly programming and translation tool Aimed more at professional translators or employees from regional offices from large companies, Sisulizer Translator is a handy piece of software that provides you with a basic set of tools for localizing applications.

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    11. Tencent Hires Baidu Big-Data Director Zhang Tong, Betting on Artificial Intelligence

      By Liza Lin SHANGHAI--In a sign of its ambition to compete more in artificial intelligence, Tencent Holdings Ltd. says it has hired Zhang Tong, a Stanford-trained researcher who formerly led Baidu Inc.'s Big Data Lab, to oversee its fledgling AI program. Dr. Zhang also worked on artificial intelligence at Baidu, as part of his lab-director role there.

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    12. Tencent Hires Researcher Who Worked on AI at Baidu -- Wsj

      By Liza Lin SHANGHAI -- In a sign of its ambition to compete more in artificial intelligence, Tencent Holdings Ltd. says it has hired Zhang Tong, a Stanford-trained researcher who formerly led Baidu Inc.'s Big Data Lab, to oversee its fledgling AI program. Dr. Zhang also worked on artificial intelligence at Baidu, as part of his lab-director role there.

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    13. Etsy's (ETSY) Ceo Chad Dickerson on Q4 2016 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

      Etsy's (ETSY) Ceo Chad Dickerson on Q4 2016 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

      Etsy's (ETSY) CEO Chad Dickerson on Q4 2016 Results - Earnings Call Transcript Feb.28.17 Etsy, Inc. ( ETSY ) Q4 2016 Earnings Conference Call February 28, 2017 5:30 PM ET Executives Jennifer Beugelmans - VP of IR Chad Dickerson - CEO Andrew Bruckner - RBC Capital Markets Tom Forte - Maxim Group Darren Aftahi - ROTH Capital Partners Blake Harper - Loop Capital Operator Good day, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the Fourth Quarter Financial Results Call.

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    14. Waverly Labs Pilot Translation Kit Release Date, Price and Specs - Cnet

      Waverly Labs Pilot Translation Kit Release Date, Price and Specs - Cnet

      Drag Autoplay: ON Autoplay: OFF We've all been there. You're traveling abroad when the language barrier just becomes too much. You're tired, you're trying to find a hotel and no one can understand you. Or maybe you're meeting new business contacts or distant relatives for the first time. But after you shake hands, you realize there's not much to say.

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    15. Pittsburgh firm helps companies with translation

      Pittsburgh firm helps companies with translation

      Pittsburgh firm helps companies with translation Updated: February 26, 2017 — 11:56 AM EST Share The Associated Press PITTSBURGH (AP) - Translation can be a tricky business. Just ask John Frazier, Nicole Xu and Lujing Gao, a trio of University of Pittsburgh graduates who last year started uTranslated. They keep a file of translation miscues, by brands big and small, and it grows daily.

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    16. Managing Big Data's big risks

      Managing Big Data's big risks

      Managing Big Data’s big risks Updated February 25, 2017 4:09 PM By Ernest Davis THE BOTTOM LINE We can largely avoid the hazards if we protect people’s privacy and fight unfairness. In the last 15 years, we have witnessed an explosion in the amount of digital data available — from the internet, social media, scientific equipment, smartphones, surveillance cameras, and many other sources — and in the computer technologies used to process it.

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    17. KantanMT User Feedback Results Announced

      Receive press releases from KantanMT.com: By Email RSS Feeds: KantanMT User Feedback Results Announced KantanMT community respond to user experience survey, revealing overall positive feedback. Dublin, Ireland, February 25, 2017 --( PR.com )-- KantanMT is pleased to announce the positive results of a new user experience survey, which was sent to the KantanMT user community. To understand the needs of KantanMT clients better, a detailed survey was sent to the current user base of the MT platform.

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      Mentions: Dublin Ireland
    18. Big data poses big risks to privacy, fairness and accountability

      Big data poses big risks to privacy, fairness and accountability

      Big data poses big risks to privacy, fairness and accountability By Ernest Davis In the past 15 years, we have witnessed an explosion in the amount of digital data available — from the Internet, social media, scientific equipment, smartphones, surveillance cameras and many other sources — and in the computer technologies used to process it.

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