Google is adding more robust support for Indian languages to Chrome, Android, Gboard, and its Google Translate platform. Now, Indian translations will benefit from a neural network and other improvements.
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Google Translate is about to get a whole lot smarter, thanks to Google’s implementation of machine learning, which will be used in nine different languages. Eventually, Google will use the system for all 103 languages Google Translate supports.
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