In the next weeks, Google Translate will receive an improvement driven by artificial intelligence that will help users find more accurate translations, particularly for terms that can have more than one meaning. More contextual translation choices, along with explanations and examples, will be available within the app.
Let’s imagine you’re interested in finding a translation of the word “row,” which, in English, can refer to a number of different things. It could be used to allude to a debate, a row of seats on an aeroplane, or rowing a boat with an oar. In the near future, Google Translate should be able to provide translations for all of those varieties, in addition to providing examples of how they are used.
According to Google, the application would give users “the context you need to effectively translate and employ the right turns of phrase, local idioms, or acceptable terms depending on the context of what they are trying to communicate.”
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If all goes according to plan, this ought to make it easier for you to communicate coherently in many languages. Beginning this month, the improved contextual translations will be accessible for languages like English, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish, with more languages expected to follow in their footsteps.
In the meantime, the business has only recently released a redesigned version of Translate for Android. It will soon be available on the iOS app. The redesigned app now includes additional gestures that should make it simpler to use.
These gestures include a quicker access to language selection as well as the option to swipe in order to bring up recently translated phrases. Google claims that its translations are now easier to read, and the company has added support for an additional 33 languages that may be translated on the device itself. These languages include Basque, Hawaiian, Hmong, Kurdish, Sundanese, Yiddish, and Zulu.
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