Google adds 10 different languages to its online translation arsenal this week
Snuck out via a Google blog post, Jeff Chin a product manager over at the search engine company announced to all and sundry a whole bank of new tongues to Google Translate.
“Language is one of the biggest challenges we have in making information universally accessible,” he burbled
From the machine translation team within Google Research, they’re happy to report they’ve been hard at work to overcome this challenge. Google now has brought the grand total of translation abilities to the princely sum of 23 languages. The bog post goes on to list Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Finnish, Hindi, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian and Swedish as the latest additions.
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