Microsoft has created its own Translator

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Now Microsoft has created his own Translator, and built by Microsoft Research team with variety of the company’s software solutions, either desktop- or Cloud-based, earlier it was released with translation partner Systran then partnership broke-up and MS decided to develop its own products and services. Microsoft was in the process of introducing support for additional language pairs on top of what is available today through the first full implementation of Microsoft Translator. The launch of the Windows Live Messenger translation bot at the start of September. For several languages, better language quality. And finally, the release of TBot, a translation bot for Windows Live Messenger. This release is the combination of all the effort that the team has put into machine translation.

Translation powered by....Microsoft Translator

Lane Rau, marketing manager, Microsoft Research Machine Translation team, said

Now that the Web is more worldwide than ever, the number of non-native English speakers going online has ballooned, and yet online content in English still dominates. For these users, free translation services mean that an entire world of information can now actually be at their fingertips. We’re doing something to help them out. Translation now fully powered by the Microsoft Translator technology is available through Live Search, as well as IE8, the Windows Live Toolbar, and even a translation bot for Windows Live Messenger.

Microsoft Translator Feature Summary

  • Translation now fully powered by the Microsoft Translator technology is available through Live Search, as well as IE8, the Windows Live Toolbar, and Windows Live Messenger.
  • All translation pairs on the site (11 English-X, 12 X-English) are powered by Microsoft Research-developed systems.
  • Two transliteration pairs (chs<->cht), courtesy of the Windows International team.
  • For several languages, better language quality.
  • And finally, the release of TBot, a translation bot for Windows Live Messenger.



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