You must have seen those “See translation” messages that appear below your friend’s Facebook status sometimes. With a billion users on its platform, Facebook thought it fit to try and translate languages to something you can understand. But, “creating seamless, highly accurate translation experiences for the 2 billion people who use Facebook is difficult. We need to account for context, slang, typos, abbreviations, and intent simultaneously,” Facebook said in a blog post. In order to offer better translation results, the company has moved from a phrase-based system to neural networks now.
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