Chief Research Officer Rick Rashid demonstrates a speech recognition breakthrough via machine translation that converts his spoken English words into computer-generated Chinese language. The breakthrough is patterned after deep neural networks and significantly reduces errors in spoken as well as written translation.
Watch it completely. At the end there is also something cool 😉
Created by Ubi de Feo, “from 0 to C” is a new series of workshops that aim at teaching programming using a more creative and human approach.
Through the use of tangible, hand-made objects, we try to establish a clear understanding of how a computer works and what a programming language actually is: nothing but an abstraction of what we can do as humans.
Via means of playing with objects we explain the simple mathematics behind a computer way of working and the concepts at the core of every programming languages.
Find out more on http://hellosavants.com/from-0-to-c/
Microsoft Translator Hub implements a self-service model for building a highly customized automatic translation service between any two languages. Microsoft Translator Hub empowers language communities, service providers and corporations to create automatic translation systems, allowing speakers of one language to share and access knowledge with speakers of any other language. By enabling translation to languages that aren’t supported by today’s mainstream translation engines, this also keeps less widely spoken languages vibrant and in use for future generations. This Azure based service allows users to upload language data for custom training, and then build and deploy custom translation models. These machine translation services are accessible using the Microsoft Translator APIs or a Webpage widget.
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You have a nice ijs. You maybe want to lick … 😀
See also the first part.