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
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Easter egg or victim of their own automation process? :)
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For those that didn’t notice it: the Bing Translate or Microsoft Translator service has been updated.
There is also a mobile version available:
And if you didn’t know: you can do some basic translations inside Bing (non beta versions):
Sometimes you need to double check on Bing Translator or Google Translator for more or other information.
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Very handy widget. Could be attractive for foreign website visitors (and for your website traffic ;)). The service is called
Microsoft Translator (but often goes under the name of Bing Translator).
For example: A live demo could be found on the website
Livebetas.net (on the right site of the page).
Oh by the way do you know this feature on
Translate I Love you