Speech recognition like you've never seen before.

One step closer to direct verbal language translation

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+25 1. Zumo commented 10 years ago

I'm speechless 8-)
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-2 2. Jim777 commented 10 years ago

next week it'll be on android, and couple of years later Windows might have something similar, but it will freeze it down regularly... :D
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+4 3. Cotetzzz commented 10 years ago

where can i find more informatio`n about this...it`s really got to learn other language`s
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+9 4. dopsy commented 10 years ago

#1 ??? i tried to paste your sentence in chinese, but i guess snotr won't alow that:)
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+12 5. loadrunner commented 10 years ago

The startrek universal translator is coming soon :D
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+5 6. samxgx commented 10 years ago

i wonder how many fights will breakout due to some translation issues :)
would anyone keep statistics of those just to know which languages are harder to translate / more sensitive?
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+14 7. Sizzlik (admin) commented 10 years ago

#2 You noticed that this technology already comes from Microsoft Research?
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+6 8. sartre commented 10 years ago

Judging from the accuracy of the speech to English translation, the Chinese version is probably not good enough to risk on an important conversation.

5:37 "Take the text that comes from my voice input iii translation system.
It really happen to stop.
In the first instead.
We take english."

And this one...

6:24 "So now we're taking the things I'm not saying and we're converting them into chinese."

He didn't say the word "not" in that sentence so the translation is now the opposite of what he in fact said.
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+11 9. nowhereman commented 10 years ago

... um, Chinese isn't a language. :|
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+2 10. sartre commented 10 years ago

#9 Wikipedia thinks otherwise: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_language
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+3 11. Jim777 commented 10 years ago

#7 Ooops I've missed that, sorry
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+8 12. nowhereman commented 10 years ago

#10 Chinese isn't a language it is a language family. mandarin, Wu, and Cantonese are languages. one speaks mandarin not Chinese. using the word "Chinese" misrepresents the variety of languages and dialects within china and the surrounding area. two people who speak languages within the Chinese language family may find it very difficult to communicate. similarly, English and German languages are considered part of the Indo-European language family yet possess significant distinctions.

... i was trying to be amusing.
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+1 13. sartre commented 10 years ago

We're talking different names for the same thing.

"Standard Chinese or Modern Standard Chinese, also known as Mandarin, Putonghua, Guoyu and Modern Standard Mandarin, is a standardized variety of Chinese and the official language of the People's Republic of China[3] and the Republic of China (Taiwan), and is one of the four official languages of Singapore." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_Chinese
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+1 14. metro commented 10 years ago

Fro Iphone or Ipad the $0.99 app is named SayHi - you speak in one language it speaks out another 33 languages - for Android it is Google voice translate - they do a pretty decent job