• Microsoft Translator For Android Gets Offline AI Features

    6 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    The beta preview of Microsoft Translator has now been updated to include optimized neural network-based translation tools without the need for a dedicated A.I. chip. That's according to an official announcement from Microsoft and means that both online and offline users can get better translations via A.I. Microsoft says the development of its offline-capable A.I. tool took around two years to complete, culminating in neural machine translation packs to take the place of the usual offline language packs. The packets are around half the size of their previous offline counterparts and work...
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  • No connection? No problem. Microsoft Translator now works offline

    No connection? No problem. Microsoft Translator now works offline

    6 monthes ago - By Phone Arena

    Microsoft's translator has been around for a little while now. It uses A.I. to translate over 60 languages. The app has been downloaded over 5 million times on Android alone and has been helpful for people who travel. In the past, this sort of A.I. driven technology required not just the hardware but an internet connection to boost its abilities. Now that smartphones have gotten more powerful, Microsoft has added the ability to use it without any connection at all. A user will have to download a language pack, which will store data on the device and run purely off the handset. This is part ...
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  • Microsoft's AI-Powered Translator App Now Works Offline

    Microsoft's AI-Powered Translator App Now Works Offline

    6 monthes ago - By Phone Scoop

    Microsoft today said its Microsoft Translator application can now function when offline. End users will need to download free AI-powered packs for the language of their choice ahead of time. Once downloaded, the Translator is able to take advantage of Microsoft's neural translation technology without a network connection. The AI-powered offline language packs are available to Microsoft Translator for Android, iOS, and Amazon Fire devices. Beyond the end-user features, Microsoft is allowing developers to integrate online and offline AI-based text translations into their own apps. This would...
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  • Microsoft Translator: Now AI works offline for Android, iOS, with Windows due soon

    6 monthes ago - By ZDnet

    New AI-powered offline translation packs are available for end-users and developers.
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