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AI localization tool claims to translate your words in your voice

By artificial intelligence, artificialintelligence, dubbing, engadget, gear, localization, localize, News, resemble ai, tomorrow, translation

Localization is a tricky issue for all content creators. It can take significant time and resources to make their work fully accessible to folks who speak different languages. One company thinks it has cracked part of that code with an artific…

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Emulator uses AI to offer the translations your games never had

By AI, av, emulator, engadget, games, gaming, Internet, machine learning, personal computing, personalcomputing, retroarch, translation, video, video games

Many classic video games are only available in one language, making it difficult to enjoy them as a non-speaker unless you have a fan translation. Now, though, you might just need the right software. Version 1.7.8 of the RetroArch emulator f…

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Google’s Translatotron can translate speech in the speaker’s voice

By av, engadget, gear, google, google translate, Internet, language, services, speech to speech, translate, translation, translatotron

Speaking another language may be getting easier. Google is showing off Translatotron, a first-of-its-kind translation model that can directly convert speech from one language into another while maintaining a speaker’s voice and cadence. The tool forg…

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Google Lens may add translation and restaurant ‘filters’

By android, app, AR, augmented reality, dining, engadget, gear, google, Google Lens, Internet, Mobile, restaurant, search, shopping, translation, Visual search

As clever as Google Lens can be, it’s still quite limited in what it can do before it points you to another app. You might not have to lean on those other apps quite so often n the near future. In the wake of an initial discovery earlier in April,…

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Microsoft brings live captions and subtitles to PowerPoint

By accessibility, AI, av, captions, engadget, gear, Microsoft, personal computing, personalcomputing, powerpoint, subtitles, transcription, translation

Microsoft is rolling out a new accessibility feature for PowerPoint, one that stands to help speakers ensure their presentations are understood by their entire audience. The company notes that in cases where audience members are hard of hearin…

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6 common international SEO fails and how to avoid them

By ccTLD, domain, International SEO, internationalization and localization, IP serving, local, localization, searchenginewatch, SEO, SEO mistakes, translation

If you already run an international website or have international expansion on your road map, there are several common SEO issues which can hold back your success. In this article we’ll look at six international SEO mistakes that you could be making without realizing it.

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6 common international SEO fails and how to avoid them

By ccTLD, domain, International SEO, internationalization and localization, IP serving, local, localization, searchenginewatch, SEO, SEO mistakes, translation

If you already run an international website or have international expansion on your road map, there are several common SEO issues which can hold back your success. In this article we’ll look at six international SEO mistakes that you could be making without realizing it.

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Amazon reportedly wants Alexa to be a real-time, universal translator

By alexa, Amazon, engadget, gear, personal computing, personalcomputing, sciencefiction, startrek, tomorrow, translation, universaltranslator

We’ve been dreaming of universal translators throughout the history of science fiction; Star Trek has only popularized the concept. As computing power and AI improves in real life, we’re seeing the possibility of an actual real-time translation syste…

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Sogou doubles down on AI with launch of real-time translation and transcription devices

By artificial intelligence, Features, robots, Sogou, speech to text, technode, translation, voice recognition, Wangzai

At the start of the Sogou Partner Conference in Beijing, the audience heard a recording that sounded like American President Donald Trump congratulating Sogou on the recent IPO and how this was a step forward for American-Chinese relations. We were wondering if President Trump had started watching CCTV instead of Fox News until we realized that […]

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Toutiao is making fake news to train its anti-fake news AI

By algorithm, artificial intelligence, bots, ByteDance, Features, machine learning, machine reading, machine writing, technode, Toutiao, translation

Toutiao’s AI software did not generate this headline, but for the 20 million pieces of content that flow through the platform each day, headline generation and AB testing are just two of the AI services Toutiao uses to get more people tapping. Speaking to foreign journalists for the first time as head of the Jinri […]

Toutiao is making fake news to train its anti-fake news AI originally appeared on TechNode

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Facebook’s new AI aims to destroy the language barrier

By AI, artificialintelligence, engadget, facebook, gear, Internet, language, Mobile, personal computing, personalcomputing, Research, tomorrow, translation

Is there anything AI can’t make better? Artificial intelligence can recognize musical genres better than humans, improve our running performance and may soon become standard issue for the mobile devices in our pockets. Facebook, in fact, has found so…

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Google automatically translates local reviews when you travel

By engadget, gear, google, googlemaps, googlesearch, Internet, language, local, maps, Mobile, search, services, translation, userreviews

We all use user-generated reviews to figure out what points of interest are worth checking out. If you’re traveling in a country where you don’t speak the language, however, the reviews you rely on are usually in the local tongue. Google has a new fe…

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Airbnb’s new Chinese name shows how hard it is to localize

By airbnb, chinese, Features, localization, Sharing Economy, technode, translation

Airbnb announced today that they are doubling down on China (in Chinese). They have introduced Trips, a service that gives travelers tips and ideas, is now live in Shanghai. In addition, Airbnb China has now been renamed 爱彼迎 (aibiying) which the company claims to mean “to welcome each other with love.” It could also mean “love […]

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