Technology & Education

Microsoft Translator: End to End Communication with Dissimilar Languages

Papri Ghosh
15 Dec 2016
Read Time : 6 Minutes
Microsoft Translator: End to End Communication with Dissimilar Languages

The Language is a main barrier which separates people throughout the World. Now the Microsoft Translator is catching a move for elimination of this gap by introducing real-time translations during the conversation. Now people can sense different languages when someone is speaking in his/her language. This essential tool will help people in the business, conferences, travel etc.

Before it was very difficult to understand the language properly and in the top level the human translator used previously which is impossible for common people. There are many places in the World where you cannot communicate with the National Language too. So for a common people it was very difficult to communicate. Previously Skype use a similar tool during the video conferencing from where the Microsoft got the inspiration to make this tool. To use this tool we just need to carry a phone with Microsoft Translator App and we just need to exchange the translated language without any help of human translator.

In Playstore also Microsoft Translator is available with size 50.12MB. It supports one-to-one conversation as well as group discussion. The user has to choose the “from” and “to” languages for the language conversion. Four Modes are available there:

1.    Speech (Language-I) to Speech (Language-II)

You can speak in one language and it can be converted into another language (text and speech).

2.    Text (Language-I) To Speech (Language-II) (text and speech)

You can type in one language and the app converts it to another language.

3.    Group Conversation

A person can start a conversation with a new code and ask more people to join the conversation by just entering mentioned code.

4.    Image (Language-I) to Speech (Language-II) (text and speech)

You can scan a document of one language and the app converts it to another language.

This tool is available in Windows, iOS, Amazon and Android. People can easily use this feature in a very convenient way. Now the question is that how much this app is efficient for Speech Recognition? What is the rate of percentage of accessing the correct data rate? Is it better than Google Speech? And more important thing is that what are the techniques used for ambiguity reduction from Microsoft Translator? Well all these tool can be used only in online mode, offline we cannot use those apps. This is the main disadvantages of those apps.  

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Authored By Papri Ghosh

She is a co-founder of "Day On My Plate". Furthermore she is an academician in Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering. She likes to voyage all over the world in search of unrevealed experiences. She is passionate in reading novels and writing articles. Hope you all are enjoying her articles.

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