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Google Brings Offline Neural Machine Translations For 59 Languages To Its Translate App - Slashdot


Is English considered to be the pivot language, or do all of these models product the same intermediate representation?

Rather useless article, with no shred of a deep understanding, whatsoever.

I'm guessing you run the input model from language to IR, and the output model from IR back to language, so you need to have at least two models to use this app. (I suppose you could translate from English to IR and back to English again, for perverse joy.)

Only I haven't read anything about training multiple machine translation models with a shared IR. That strikes me as technically difficult, and I would have thought I'd have seen some loud crowing out there, had it been achieved (it's now been a couple of months since I gave the Internet a good shake on machine learning, and things move fast).

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