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Google gave their MT a "brain": Google Neural Machine Translation
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@Michael Joseph Wdowiak Beijer Apr 7, 2017

Michael Joseph Wdowiak Beijer wrote:

I'll try to do a few comparisons between using Google Translate via the API (in a CAT tool), and the online interface @ when I have a moment. I do know that in the past (i.e., before they introduced the neural engines), there was a difference, so I'm curious too.


I was just wondering if you had the chance to try the above for comparison?
In the meantime I had a look at the improvements in Dragon with the use of neural nets, very interesting, thanks for this. I know google have a voice recognition plugin (or sort of) for Chrome. The function is embedded in Wordfast Anywhere. I tried it a while ago and was rather impressed too. But I don't know how it compares with Dragon.

All the best,

Fi2 n Co

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