Facebook allows users to experience their posts translation into other languages

Jul

2

2016

Facebook social network today announced its giving some users the ability to translate their posts automatically to two or more languages, and the ability to modify these translations freely if they so choose.

These capabilities are part of a new experiment carried out by the social network, where the Facebook offering this capability to pages earlier this year, and can now experience some of the individual users.

Other users see posts published in the language of a suitable more, based on the preferences and settings of their own language and their chosen based on their geographical location and the language they write in most cases.

The Facebook in a post published on its official website to show its original copy of the publication if the translation is clear to users, and with a button allows switching to a different text translation to other languages ​​translation.

About 5 thousands Facebook page has started using a new tool written publications, it is used an average of about 10 times in the thousands every day.

And you get publications resulting from the use of the new translation tool on about 70 million views, and 25 million views of them are made through one of the other languages ​​translated, which means that these translations useful dramatically.

The Facebook produces translation using artificial intelligence techniques, and adopted the former network on machine translation service subsidiary of Microsoft Bing Microsoft Bing.

And the establishment of the translations mechanism through models of machine learning and being trained in those models across hundreds of thousands or millions of available from one language to the other translations, and deliberately Facebook to use those multiple languages ​​Almencart in order to improve their own translator techniques in the future.

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