Google Translate helps you talk to people who don’t speak the same language as you using its inbuilt conversation mode. You can input a message in speech format in say, English, and have it translated to speech in say, Japanese. But to do that, it first breaks down your speech into words in text format, performs a text-to-text translation, and then plays back the translated text using good old TTS (text-to-speech synthesis). Google is proposing a new method now: the Translatotron direct speech-to-speech translation model.
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