Google Translate translates text via real-time camera to Dutch




Google has twenty new languages ​​added to the camera function of his Translate app, including Dutch. The app makes it possible to target the smartphone camera on English texts and to translate this into real Dutch.

Conversely, the app texts in Dutch can translate into English. Besides Dutch are 19 new languages ​​added, including Bulgarian, Turkish, Danish, Norwegian and Finnish. That requires Google. The app already had support for seven commonly used languages ​​like English, German and Spanish.

Users must specify the app they want to translate English and the language, and they need to download a language pack of about 2MB. They then can the camera texts as directing traffic and the app will convert them to and from English in the image of the smartphone. For the functionality is an Internet connection is not required.

Google uses deep learning to bring the functionality to smartphones without Internet access, the company explains in a separate message . Besides the visual translations Google has also provided the conversational mode of an update. Which now translates into 32 languages. Dutch was already among them.


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