29 Apr '14, 1pm

Does Google Have A Secret "Google Translate" Service?

Does Google Have A Secret "Google Translate" Service?

Identifying Names . Google translate mistakenly translated the name of the game I checked (Parking Panic) into the equivalent term (“Aparcamiento pánico” in Spanish, for example). Well, if you are Apple, you don’t want your translated brand be “Manzana” (Spanish for the fruit apple), and I assume this goes for most of us. Identifying Masculine & Feminine . This is another problem which Google Translate has, but not the internal tool. The Hebrew translation describing the game, said “She is a great game,” while the internal tool identified the game in Hebrew as masculine and described it closer to “it is a great game” Spelling Mistakes . Microsoft Word found only one mistake in the Hebrew translation of the internal tool vs. two mistakes in the public tool. Fluency . The internal tool made a few more better decisions than the public tool. When comparing Spanish to Hebrew, i...

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