Google gives us some insight on the inner workings of Google Translate

Google may have started out as a search engine, but the scope of its services has grown considerably in the 20-plus years since its origin. Of the many products in its grand stable, Google Translate has become a workhorse platform, lending its multi-lingual chops to Chrome, Google +, Android, iOS, Gmail, and even Google eBooks. Few of Google's other services can claim to serve the company's core mission "to organize the world's info and make it accessible" as well as the digital interpreter. Since many take Translate's prodigious powers for granted (guilty), we figured a quick history lesson was in order. So, join us after the break for a video interview with one of Translate's senior software engineers and let him hit you with some knowledge about its origins and operation.Continue reading Google gives us some insight on the inner workings of Google TranslateGoogle gives us some insight on the inner workings of Google Translate originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 19 Mar 2012 13:56:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink   |   | Email this | Comments Continue reading at 'Engadget'

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