How Google Translate Uses Math to Understand 134 Languages | WSJ Tech Behind

Google Translate uses sophisticated neural networks to translate 134 languages in real time. And using your phone’s camera, it can translate your surroundings without typing. The same machine-learning approach that is the building block of modern AI is used for the newest iterations of Google Translate, a so-called “transformer model.”

WSJ explains how the translation tech works with help from the Google engineers.

0:00 Early Google Translate
0:32 Translation
4:41 Optical character recognition
6:38 Putting the translation in AR

‘The Tech Behind’ explores the amazing engineering, computing, science and algorithms that power our favorite tech.

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