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  2. Google Translate - Wikipedia

    Google Translate is a web-based free-to-use translation service developed by Google in April 2006. [11] It translates multiple forms of texts and media such as words, phrases and webpages. Originally, Google Translate was released as a statistical machine translation (SMT) service. [11] The input text had to be translated into English first ...

  3. Google Neural Machine Translation - Wikipedia

    Google Translate previously first translated the source language into English and then translated the English into the target language rather than translating directly from one language to another. A July 2019 study in Annals of Internal Medicine found that "Google Translate is a viable, accurate tool for translating non–English-language ...

  4. Hindi Wikipedia - Wikipedia

    The Hindi Wikipedia was launched on 11 July 2003. In July 2008, Google announced that they had been working with Hindi Wikipedians to translate English language articles into Hindi and had since 2008 translated 600,000 words in Hindi using a combination of Google Translate and manual checking. This coordinated translation contributed to growth ...

  5. Wikipedia:Translate us - Wikipedia

    Formatting follows. Go to the sidebar and click "Add links" or "Edit links" (under 'Languages', in the language of that wiki). Enter "en" as the language of the wiki you got the content from, and the title of the page you translated, then click "Link with page".

  6. Google Dictionary - Wikipedia

    Google Dictionary is an online dictionary service of Google that can be accessed with the " define " operator and other similar phrases [note 1] in Google Search. [2] It is also available in Google Translate and as a Google Chrome extension. The dictionary content is licensed from Oxford University Press 's Oxford Languages. [3]

  7. Wikipedia:Content translation tool - Wikipedia

    Wikipedia:Content translation tool. The content translation tool assists users in translating existing Wikipedia articles from one language to another. Users select an article in any language, then select another language, and the interface provides machine translation which the human user can then use as inspiration to make readable text in ...

  8. Translation - Wikipedia

    Machine translation (MT) is a process whereby a computer program analyzes a source text and, in principle, produces a target text without human intervention. In reality, however, machine translation typically does involve human intervention, in the form of pre-editing and post-editing. [97]

  9. Wikipedia:Google Translate - Wikipedia

    The accuracy of Google Translate continues to improve, and in many cases approaches the accuracy of human translation. Use of non-English sources can help counter systemic bias on Wikipedia, which skews to Anglocentric and Eurocentric perspectives. Cons. Accuracy may not be sufficient for all uses, and human translation is still more accurate.