Google Translate invents a language to make translations

Google Translate invents a language to make translations.Image: YouTube. On Tuesday, a team led by Mike Schuster of the Google Brain Team published a post on the company’s official Research Blog describing a new process in Google Translate. The tool can generate ‘zero-shot’ translations using a self-generated language. The new developments in Google Translate follow the system switch it underwent back in September. The tech giant announced the tool would be adopting a new platform called Google Neural Machine Translation or GNMT. Google’s implementation of machine learning and deep neural networks has resulted in a dramatic enhancement of its products and services. The company further committed to AI with the introduction of its AI Experiments open-source platform last week. How does Google translate work?  Google Translate currently supports translation…

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