Machine Scientist at Facebook Have a New Method of Translating Foreign Language

When it comes to coding and developing, the game of numbers is stronger than ever, however, for translating one language to another, most of the machine translation designers rely heavily on dictionaries and language conversion tools. Facebook is one of the most used social media platforms where thousands of people communicate with each other around the globe without any discrimination of color, race, religion, culture, and language. To make the communication more seamless, Facebook introduced the translation feature where the reader can simply translate the whole status with one click. Most of these translations are quite accurate as the technology is developing, it seems that things have shifted towards betterment.

According to a recent report, Facebook researchers have a new solution to the translation issue, they are rendering works into figure first and then by exploiting the similarities according to mathematics, they are exploring the other languages as a promising avenue. What seems to be very shocking is the fact that translating one language to another might seem a little vague but translations through numbers have phenomenal results. Right now, priority for the social media platforms and tech giants is to have a powerful automatic translation system so the communication can be made better for everyone. Since the goal of social networks is to help speared news and entertainment, without the barriers of language, translation plays a very important role. This will help them not only generate good business but also help them with their primary goals.


Right now, tech-gains like Facebook, Google, Baidu as well as Russia’s Yendex are collectively looking for a promising solution for translation and they are seeking a good tool and improving their own technology for this matter. Currently, Facebook has its own AI experts and they also have their own research laboratory in Paris. They are working on 200 different languages since; these languages are being used on Facebook. Facebook is using an automatic translation that is based on large database containing identical texts including both languages t work with. However, for the future, the company is looking for a more accurate and permanent solution and it seems that the number game seems to be a game-changer for them.


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