Google translated language support exceeded 100 countries, covering 99% of online population
Machine learning based translation service started in 2006 "Google translationHas been updating the corresponding languages for 10 years. The latest version update was offered on February 17, 2016, finally the corresponding language became 103 languages, and it was able to cover 99% of the online population.
Google Translate Blog: From Amharic to Xhosa, introducing Translate in 13 new languages - now over 100 in total!
Languages supported by this update are Amharic, Corsican, Frisian, Kyrgyz, Hawaiian, Kurdish (Kurmese), Luxembourg, Samoan, Scottish Gaelic, Shona, Sindh, Pashto It is a Xhosa language in 13 languages.
To be able to add a new language to Google Translate, it is a prerequisite that it is a written language, and a large amount of translation data is necessary to make it available on the web. Based on the collected massive amounts of translation data, Google will learn machine learningLicensed content(Japanese is"Japanese WordNet") · Users will be able to add feedback by translation community feedback etc.
With regard to machine learning, by scanning billions of translated texts on the web, you can identify statistical patterns and let the machine learn the language. However, since it is not possible to cover existing documents that have not been translated, there seems to be a large part depending on the aid of the translation community that can provide feedback from Google translation. On February 21, 2016International Native Language DayAs a good opportunity to support Google translation from the translation community, Google is requesting further feedback.
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