Google Translate on Android will support the feature of instant voice transcription
Google Translate on Android will support the feature of instant voice transcription

Google announced today (Tuesday) a plan to add real-time audio transcription capabilities to its Google Translate app on its Android operating system in the future.

This feature allows users to record audio in one language, then translate it and broadcast it in another language. The job is still in the prototype stage, but Google demonstrated it today with a suite of artificial intelligence products at its office in San Francisco, California.

According to Google, this feature may initially require an internet connection, which means that it differs from the current AI-based translation features and how the device handles them. According to the company, the reason for this is that real-time multilingual transcription is more complicated when writing one sentence and then converting it into another language instead of translating one language into another at the same time.

The company said that the feature does not support audio files, at least initially, which means that audio is received from the device's microphone at the same time. According to Google, users can transcribe audio files by playing them for recording and subtitles using the microphone.

Google says: The Instant Speech function is to constantly evaluate the entire sentence with speech, add punctuation, correct word options based on the context of the sentence, and correct the focus. Stress and tension.

Google has not announced the exact date when the new Google Translate will be launched on Android, but only the "in the future" functionality will be launched.



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