If you are using a Bing AppID to access the Translator service, your authentication will no longer be valid after April 15, 2021 and your applications will no longer return translation results. The legacy Bing AppID has been deprecated since September, 2011. Current Azure security policies are more secure than the Bing AppID authentication method. Please transition your applications to….
Today we are happy to announce that in our ongoing mission to break down language barriers, we have added Kazakh to the Microsoft Translator family of languages. Known as Qazaqsha or Qazaq Tili, there are about 22 million Kazakh speakers in Kazakhstan, Western China, Western Mongolia, Southern Russia, and around the world. Kazakh is available now, or will be….
Que giro! Recently, we released European Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese as separate language entries within Microsoft Translator. Although we have supported Portuguese for many years, the split between these dialects represents a recent change. Why did we do this? This is a good question. Although the two Portuguese dialects are very similar to one another and in many cases mutually….
Microsoft Translator adds Marathi, Gujarati, Punjabi, Malayalam and Kannada as new languages. मराठी भाषेचे स्वागत आहे ગુજરાતી ભાષાનું સ્વાગત છે ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਭਾਸ਼ਾ ਦਾ ਸਵਾਗਤ ਹੈ മലയാള ഭാഷയെ സ്വാഗതം ಕನ್ನಡ ಭಾಷೆ ಸ್ವಾಗತ Microsoft Translation team’s ongoing mission to break down language barriers continues with the addition of five languages of India: Marathi, Gujarati, Punjabi, Malayalam and Kannada. These five languages are….
Microsoft Translator adds Irish as a new language. Our ongoing mission to break down language barriers continues with Irish: Today, we have added Irish Gaelic to Microsoft Translator. Irish Gaelic, usually referred to as the Irish Language or just Irish, and commonly known in Irish itself as Gaeilge (pronounced “gwael-guh”), is the latest addition to the Microsoft Translator family of….
Today, we are happy to announce that we have added te reo Māori to Microsoft Translator. On our mission to break down language barriers, we often have the chance to tackle interesting challenges. For the Translator team, adding te reo Māori was such an exciting opportunity. Continuing a journey which started back in the days of statistical machine translation and….
The Translator Web Widget will be retired on July 31, 2019. Beginning July 31st, the widget will no longer translate your webpages. There are several ways you can continue to use Microsoft Translator’s advanced neural machine translation to translate your websites. Web Translator: The quickest and simplest way to add translations to your site is using the free Microsoft Translator….
In March 2018 we announced (Hassan et al. 2018) a breakthrough result where we showed for the first time a Machine Translation system that could perform as well as human translators (in a specific scenario – Chinese-English news translation). This was an exciting breakthrough in Machine Translation research, but the system we built for this project was a complex, heavyweight research system, incorporating multiple cutting-edge techniques. While we….
In recent weeks, we have received strong feedback from our customers about the scheduled retirement of version 2 of the Text Translator API. As a result, we’re happy to announce today that version 2 of the Translator Text API will continue to be available. Your existing applications using V2 will remain functional. We encourage you to migrate your applications to….
The Microsoft Translator Text API is now available in China on Azure.cn. As of today, you can translate text in your mobile, desktop, and web applications between 60+ languages with the Microsoft Translator automatic translation service. Microsoft Translator Text API is a JSON-based REST API that developers can easily integrate into their applications, websites, tools, or any solution requiring multi-language….