Microsoft’s new translation tech speaks Chinese — in your own voice

Microsoft Research’s Rick Rashid.
(Credit: Ina Fried/CBS Interactive)
Microsoft has a new translation technology that increases accuracy with help from your voice.
Discussed yesterday in a blog post by Microsoft chief research officer Rick Rashid, the company’s translation technology is capable of taking a user’s spoken English word and then translating that into Mandarin Chinese. The kicker is that the Chinese translation is pumped through speakers in the user’s own voice.
Microsoft’s technology is based on a new translation technique called Deep Neural Networks (DNN). Rather than use the…

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