Jennifer Dudley-NicholsonNews Corp Australia Network

VideoImageGoogle Introduces ‘Tap to Translate’1:22Google Introduces ‘Tap to Translate’ technology for mobiles. Courtesy: GoogleMay 18th 20162 hours ago/video/video.news.com.au/Technology/ An employee demonstrates Google Translate. Picture: SuppliedJennifer Dudley-NicholsonNews Corp Australia NetworkShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google+Share on RedditEmail a friendGOOGLE has recruited artificial intelligence to translate languages faster but admits instant, conversational translations are still a long way off. The company showcased its newest translation technology at the Googleplex in Mountain View, California, today in the lead up to its annual developers’ conference, adding visual Chinese translations and ways to translate text messages in moments.Google Translate engineer and Word Lens creator Otavio Good said the company introduced “machine learning” to speed up translations, and users could now transform Chinese characters into English simply by pointing a phone camera at them.“The thing…


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