How Microsoft Uses Neural Networks To Translate Languages Across The World

Welcher Weg ist der Bibliothek? The concept of neural networks—systems of computers that can think and understand like human beings—has been around for decades. But it has only been in the last couple of years that the practical application of actual neural networks has been achieved by computer scientists. Language is the area where we are seeing the first jumps from theoretical computer science to actual human application of neural networks. Microsoft Research has been working on using neural networks for language translation for years. Peter Lee, corporate vice president of Microsoft Research, told me in an interview in 2013 how Microsoft was focusing on language and translation as its first commercial implementation of neural networks: One is that there has been, there is right now for us, a resurgence…


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