New Delhi: Users can now count on Google’s official Translation app to seamlessly translate an entire sentence in Hindi, Russian or Vietnamese in one go. The company has apparently improved the way its translation service functions with the help of its AI-powered deep neural networks.
The company took to its official blog website to make this announcement. “Over the next couple of weeks, these improvements are coming to Google Translate in many more languages, starting right now with Hindi, Russian and Vietnamese,” the company wrote.
The company considers the neural translation that they introduced sometime last year, a lot better than their previous technology. The reason: Google translates whole sentences at a time, instead of pieces of a sentence. “This makes for translations that are usually more accurate and sound closer to the way people speak the language,” the company wrote.
The company will slowly be bringing the neural networking technology to more languages.