Google Translate could soon become more accurate

March 11, 2016 – 13:22 AMTPanARMENIAN.Net – Google Translate maybe smartened up with a type of artificial intelligence called deep learning, which involves training neural networks on lots of data and then having them make predictions about new data, VentureBeat reports. Part of Google Translate actually already uses deep learning. That would be the instant visual translations you can get on a mobile device when you hold up your smartphone camera to the words you want to translate. But if you use Google Translate to just translate text, you know that the service isn’t always 100 percent accurate. In an interview at the Structure Data conference in San Francisco Thursday, March 10, Jeff Dean, a Google senior fellow who worked on some of Google’s core search and advertising technology and…

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