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machine translation

n.
Automatic translation, as by computer, from one natural language to another.

machine translation

n
(Computer Science) the production of text in one natural language from that in another by means of computer procedures
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Noun1.machine translation - the use of computers to translate from one language to anothermachine translation - the use of computers to translate from one language to another
artificial intelligence, AI - the branch of computer science that deal with writing computer programs that can solve problems creatively; "workers in AI hope to imitate or duplicate intelligence in computers and robots"
computational linguistics - the use of computers for linguistic research and applications
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Machine translation suppliers create modified engines for customers in the electronics sector that are well-informed with the business' technical descriptions and particular terminologies.
With the latest release of Language Studio[TM], Omniscien Technologies combines Statistical Machine Translation (SMT), Neural Machine Translation (NMT) and advanced Deep Neural Machine Translation (Deep NMT) technologies based on machine learning on a single platform for all 550 Language Pairs supported currently.
With Neural Machine Translation, Google Translate can translate entire sentences without breaking them in phrases.
The new tool is called Google Neural Machine Translation System (GNMT) and it leverages on the specialty of neural networks to ingest complex rule sets and create predictive models.
Google has announced a neural machine translation (NMT) system that it says will reduce translation errors across its Google Translate service by between 55 percent and 85 percent, calling the achievement by its team of scientists a "significant milestone".
Use freely available machine translation to pre-translate new segments that are not leveraged from translation memory.
There is an increasing amount of data being created in a growing number of languages, making the need for Machine Translation greater than ever.
Machine translation is not necessarily reserved for the titans of industry, as many translation service providers are beginning to offer more scalable services to assist even small companies with translation projects.
Together, the three companies' strengths will enable the development of highly accurate machine translation software capable of satisfying diverse needs, from the translation of business documents to conversation-level communication required by tourists.
Microsoft Research started its "machine translation" group 15 years ago and has since been building a "neural network" that combines speech recognition, machine translation and speech synthesis, Nadella said.
Keywords: machine translation, machine translation of related languages, shallow transfer RBMT, RBMT
Though machine translation technologies involving speech have seen limited usage thus far, Fenstermacher says they are a growing area within the industry.

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