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Speaking In The Mother Tongue: AI Indian Languages

Renee Dubé: February 5, 2020 We recently came across an article with the exciting news that the Indian government is planning on making its Internet content available in regional languages “to remove the language barrier among Indians." Currently websites are availabl More ...

Accessibility: Why It Matters And How To Avoid Being Sued

Tat Banerjee: February 4, 2020 At VideoTranslator, we do a lot of work with clients who are part of the healthcare ecosystem. That being said, we are not transcribers, translators, voice over artists, or in this case, nurses/doctors. We use AI to do transcription, translation and More ...

On The Brink Of Extinction: Nearly Dead Languages And The Dedicated Linguists Bringing Them Back To Life

Renee Dubé: February 4, 2020 Thousands of kilometres apart, and in incredibly different cultures; three linguists are doing their part to save the culture of their people through language. Masahiro Yamada and Natsuko Nakagawa in Japan and Kenny Pheasant in the United States are More ...

Sign Languages: Their past, present and future

Renee Dubé: January 30, 2020 For something that is used by an estimated 70 million people worldwide, there is still a lot we don’t know when it comes to the origin of sign language - luckily research is being done to change that. Going from the past to the future, Google T More ...

Quick Transcribe: For When You Need To Get Transcription Done Quickly

Tat Banerjee: January 29, 2020 At VideoTranslator.Ai, we work closely with the Internationalization And Localization industry. This industry has many different participants, and they use our technology in different ways. As a software firm, the hardest thing is to really understan More ...

Mr Sh*thole: What To Do When Your AI Misbehaves

Tat Banerjee: January 24, 2020 Today we look at a humorous articles which look at what happens when AI goes wrong. Here at video translator we like to keep abreast of the latest news in the intersection of Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Programming, Human Languages and More ...

One place, many languages

Renee Dubé: January 24, 2020 We’re talking language today and how diverse it can be even in the same country, or city! Germany is still a country divided when it comes to what a pancake should be called - maybe they should be called egg-cakes? Also Mandarin is now Melbourn More ...

What Arabic Voices are Available?

Renee Dubé: January 22, 2020 Previously we’ve gone through the list of our English speaking AI and the different dialects they speak. You can see them all here. In this article we’re looking at our Arabic speaking AI and the different dialects and voices available. I More ...