Google refreshes Gboard, Translate, Chrome and Maps for India using neural machine learning



Google at an event in New Delhi today, announced that it has added more Indian languages to its key products including Gboard, Maps, Translate and Chrome. Thanks to Neural Machine translation technology, Google products are now able to accurately and easily translate the inputs as per users' requirements.

Gboard
Google's Gboard app, which previously supported 11 Indian languages, now gets support for 11 additional India languages (total 22) including Bengali, Bashkir, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi Telugu and more. It also has transliteration support in Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Urdu, Gujarati and more. 

Furthermore, Google Search will be built-in to the new Gboard app, making it easy to search and use Google Translate using the keyboard. It will also feature new text editing tools, that make it easier to select, copy and paste, plus a new option for resizing and repositioning the keyboard so it fits to your hand and texting style.  
 

Gboard also gets auto-correction and prediction feature, in the new 11 languages, with two layout for each — one in the native language script and the other with QWERTY layout for transliteration, which lets you spell words phonetically using the QWERTY alphabet and get text output in your native language script.  For example, type “aapko holi ki hardik shubhkamnay” and get “आपको होली की हार्दिक शुभकामनायें ”. 

The new features will be available in the latest version of Gboard app for Android starting today. The iOS Gboard app will get these new features soon. 


Google Translate
Google has bought the new Neural Machine Translation technology to translations between English and nine widely users Indian languages including Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Gujrati, Punjabi, Malayalam and Kannada. Thanks to neural translation, Google can now translate full sentences at a time instead of parts of a sentence. This functionality is now available on Google translate apps for iOS and Android, translate.google.co.in and via Google search.



Google Chrome
Google also announced the extension of Neural Translation to Chrome's built-in translate functionality for web content, making full-page translations more accurate and easier to read. This means higher quality translations of everything from song lyrics to news articles to cricket discussions. 


Google Maps
Google will now automatically add translation to local reviews on Google Maps, both on mobile and desktop. With the addition of this feature, millions of reviews from restaurants to cafes or hotel, will appear in your preferred language.



Google Search
Google in collaboration with Oxford Press university is bringing Rajpal & Sons Hindi dictionary online. This new experience supports transliteration so you don’t even need to switch to a Hindi keyboard for searching a word in English in the Google Search app. For instance, if you want to know more about the word Nirdeshak, you can type Nirdeshak ka matlab in search, and you'll instantly get to see word meaning and dictionary definitions on the search result page, including English translations.


Google says all these new translation improvements is to make the web more useful for Indian Language users.

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Google refreshes Gboard, Translate, Chrome and Maps for India using neural machine learning Google refreshes Gboard, Translate, Chrome and Maps for India using
neural machine learning Reviewed by Ajedux Bey on 4/25/2017 04:21:00 PM
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