Google is super-charging its translation software with artificial intelligence (AI).
The Californian tech giant has announced that it is implementing its neural networking AI tech into Google Translate — with radically improved results.
Simply put, neural networks are AI modelled on connections in the human brain, capable of learning and improving over time.
Google has been aggressively introducing the tech into its core products in attempts to improve efficiency.
Translating from one language to another is hard, and creating a system that does it automatically is a major challenge, partly because there’s just so many words, phrases, and rules to deal with. Fortunately, neural networks eat bi...
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The Google Neural Machine Translation system 'surpasses' the results of all other machine-translation solutions currently available, with GNMT now being used for Chinese-to-English translations.
Google announced its new Google Neural Machine Translation system for Google Translate, which reduces errors by 55-85% for several language pairs, achieving almost human level performance.