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Facebook All Geared Up for Improving Maori Translation

In agreement with the Maori Language Commission, Facebook is al geared up to improve the Maori translation. According to Ngahiwi Apanui (Te Taura Whiri chief executive) Facebook made an approach to use the online Maori language dictionary. Not just this, the company also asked for help regarding the translation of its platform, in order to […]
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Machine Translation Can Bring Businesses in Jeopardy: Report

Recent reports suggest that machine or automatic translation can bring businesses in a state of jeopardy. This is possible due to the poor quality of translations that the translation software delivers. Many instances of poor translations have been seen that often becomes a joke. But, some translations can be very offensive for the target audience, […]
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Now, See Translation for Comments on Instagram

Instagram is soon going to introduce a ‘See Translation’ button that will translate the user bios, captions and comments automatically. You will now be able to understand the captions or comments written alongside the images, as they would be translated into your native language. According to the social network, this feature will be rolled out […]
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And The Translation Award 2016 Goes To ‘The Vegetarian’

Recently, ‘The Vegetarian’, a novel by Han Kang received the translation award 2016, i.e. the man booker international prize. This book is about the woman who gives up eating meat. It is translated by Deborah Smith. Sources say that Deborah started learning Korean just seven years ago. This novel has been published by Hogarth and […]
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Skype to Translate More Than 50 Languages for Messaging

Skype will now translate more than 50 languages for messaging over texts and 7 languages will be translated during the voice calls. Skype has always been famous among the masses as a platform that allows people to chat through video calls and text messages.Reports say that this communication platform, i.e. Skype is planning to include […]
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