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Google’s development of a system for interpretation and audio banners for talks
Google Inc. plans to release an update to the application of hers translation service, Google Translate, the Android system includes several new features, most notably the interpretation of the acoustic feature talks.
News report explained that Google will add to the application of a new system of translation work currently being developed by listening to the voice conversations and automatically recognizes the words used by turning very rapidly translated into texts.
The report, which was highlighted by the New York Times, that the system will be able to translate voice conversations that are months languages used around the world, without identifying the languages that will be supported by the new system or number.
It is expected that the new Google system much like the same system that Microsoft used to provide simultaneous translation feature of the talks in the Skype program, an “interpreter Skype” system , which revealed late last year, supports the first English and Spanish stage, and works on 8.1 and Windows system.
This, the report pointed out that Google will add a feature also allows users to apply the private translation service to translate the signs written in several international languages across the shed using his smartphone camera on them.
Google has the advantage of the current application to identify the printed text on the images and convert them into written text within the application allowing the user to be translated into languages are supported, but the new feature will allow the user to translate printed text to appear immediately shed during the camera on the signs.
It is expected to feature uses banners immediate translation techniques developed by Visual Quest Inc., a start-up company specializing in the development of the translation techniques using augmented reality acquired by Google in May 2014, the company offers the same feature in its application under the name Word Lens .
It is noteworthy that Google’s translation service currently supports 90 global language, a service used by about 500 million active users per month, and is working on the application for more than 100 million smart device running Android.Viewing:-140
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