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Microsoft Research podcast: “Not lost in translation with Arul Menezes”

“I think the goal for translation today is to make the language barrier disappear for people in everyday contexts…at work, when they’re traveling, so that they can communicate without a language barrier.” – Arul Menezes   Arul Menezes, Partner Research Manager of the Machine Translation team, spoke with Microsoft Research’s podcast team about the advances in machine translation, and how….

PubNub integrates Microsoft Translator to enable multilingual chats

PubNub, a company that offers real-time infrastructure-as-a-service, has partnered with Microsoft Translator to integrate the Translator Text API in its offering. Developers can now leverage Translator’s newest features and capabilities through ChatEngine, an open and extensible chat SDK and APIs for building powerful 1:1 group chats quickly.   To read more about how to get started with PubNub and how….

Microsoft Translator adds Icelandic as a supported language

Microsoft Translator is excited to announce the launch of our latest AI-powered text translation language: Icelandic. It is the first publicly available neural machine translation (NMT) system. Building this system  was a significant technical challenge for the research team due to the limited amount of available training data. To achieve the required translation quality, the team tested and relied on several….

Customizable speech transcription, translation, and synthesis now available in the unified Speech service

Integrate speech into your apps, workflows, and websites using the unified Speech service, announced this week at Microsoft Build. Speech combines the capabilities of the existing Translator Speech API, Bing Speech API, and Custom Speech Service (preview) into a unified and fully customizable service. You can now use the speech to text, speech translation, and text to speech services with….

Customize your neural translations with the new Translator custom feature

Translate your company’s content better than ever by customizing Microsoft Translator’s state-of-the-art Neural Machine Translation (NMT) with the new Translator custom feature, announced this week at Microsoft Build. Use the new custom feature with the new Translator text translation API (V3) or the preview of the new unified Speech service. With the custom feature, you can now customize not only….

Introducing Translator Text API V3: natively neural with advanced capabilities

The new Microsoft Translator text API version 3 is now available for developers. It natively uses neural machine translation, offers a modern API implementation, and makes it easier than ever to add advanced translation to your sites, apps, and workflows.   What’s New The latest V3 release is the first end-to-end update of the API itself, offering several new translation….

Discover the new Microsoft Translator Windows 10 app: redesigned for productivity

Download and try the new Microsoft Translator Windows 10 app redesigned from the ground up for productivity. An integrated solution for translation on Windows 10, built on the latest generation AI machine translation technologies, it will help users increase their productivity for all their translation related tasks. Getting translations done has never been easier. The redesigned app features Cortana integration,….