Sunday, April 01, 2007

Machine Translation: Google News Headlines

Buzz of the week: it's interesting to see how each of the titles of this same story puts a different slant - from "seek" to "on the cards" to "speaking" and, finally to "has visions."

Google seeks world of instant translations
Boston Globe - Boston,MA,USA
Franz Och, head of statistical machine translation efforts at Google, is
photographed at his office in Mountain View, California, March 20, 2007.

Instant translation of content on the cards for Google
IT PRO - London,Greater London,UK
Could statistical machine translation deliver real-time language
translation of text and other content for the search giant? ...

Google speaking everyone's language - USA
Google's (down $0.45 to $463.17, Charts) approach, called statistical
machine translation, differs from past efforts in that it forgoes language
experts who ...

Google has visions of instant online translation
Mobile Digest - London,England,UK
This 'statistical machine translation' doesn't rely directly on language
experts, grammatical rules, and dictionaries, as existing systems do, ...

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