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Microsoft Universal Translator – Translate Spoken English to 26 Languages


New Delhi, 15 March, 2012:  Software giant Microsoft is working on a translation software called “The Universal Translator” which can convert spoken English language into 26 different languages. The software which records the users voice and coverts words spoken in his own language, translate it and delivers it in the required language in the users own voice.


 

 
In a demo video released by the company, Rick Rashid, Microsoft’s chief research officer, says a long sentence in English, and then has it translated into Spanish, Italian, and Mandarin. The technology is in the developmental stage and is expected to be launched within two years.

The Universal Translator application will be a revolutionary software which will allow users to speak in other languages without knowing it. The application is expected to get a smartphone version which is of great use for travelers.

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