Translation and Google’s future

Translation and Google’s future

Universal search and automated translation are big parts of Google Inc.’s future, a company executive said Friday in Beijing.

Marissa Mayer, Google’s vice president, search products and user experience, said Google had invested in automatic translation as a way to improve search results across various languages. “CLIR (cross language information retrieval) is better if we can search all the Web pages in every language and return the best search results,” she said at a Google “product salon” in the Chinese capital.

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