Google will translate from Kazakh language

23 апреля 2012, 12:49
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The project to include the Kazakh language into the popular service Google Translate has been launched with Google’s technical support service. This was announced at the International Conference of Turkic-lingual Wikipedias in Almaty, reports.

Google Translate is a free statistical machine translation service provided by Google Inc. to translate a section of text, document or webpage, into another language. The service limits the number of paragraphs, or range of technical terms, that will be translated. It is also possible to enter searches in a source language that are first translated to a destination language allowing you to browse and interpret results from the selected destination language in the source language. For some languages, users are asked for alternate translations such as for technical terms, to be included for future updates to the translation process. Text in a foreign language can be typed, and if "Detect Language" is selected, it will not only detect the language but also translate it into English by default.

Other projects intended to boost development of Kazakh content in the web were also discussed at the conference. The Open Library of Kazakhstan is one of these projects: it is going to include everything that has been published as part of the program called Cultural Heritage. It will also contain a wide range of audio podcasts and a complete set of audiobooks of Kazakh literature. The library also will have multifunctional dictionary and glossary of Kazakh language.

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