After including language support that covers nearly 33% of the total population, Google is adding more languages to its Google Neural Machine Translation framework (GNMT). In a blog entry, Google declared that it’s including support for three more dialects – Hindi, Russian and Vietnamese.
Google Neural Machine Translation framework (GNMT) was introduced last year, It interprets whole sentences with deep neural systems. Rather than decoding the sentences piece by piece, Neural interpretation considers the sentence on whole. It additionally changes the sentence utilizing appropriate language structure. As per the company, “improved translations help the system figure out the broader context and the most relevant translation.”
“Neural translation is a lot better than our previous technology, because we translate 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,” said Barak Turovsky, product lead for Google Translate, in the blog post.
Google Translate serves more than 500 million monthly clients with a need of almost 140 billion words every day. Google has also mentioned that the languages included in November a year ago, covers more than 35 percent of all Google Translate inquiries. The most recent expansion to the list includes – Hindi, Russian and Vietnamese.
As per the report, Google’s switch to this AI-controlled machine interpretation framework is expected to complete by this year.
The new translation has been taken off to the Google Translate platform, Google Search application, and in the Google Translate applications for iOS and Android.
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Madhurima Goyal, From ITvoir News Desk