Google Translate: Google made a big announcement, support for 110 new languages ​​is coming

If you also use Google Translate, then there is good news for you. Google said that support for 110 new languages ​​​​in Translate will be released soon. In the year 2022, Google added 24 new languages ​​​​to Google Translate. Now Google Translate has support for a total of 1,000 languages. These languages ​​​​have been added to Google Translate with the support of the PaLM 2 Large Language Model.

According to Google, Google Translate is being used by about 500 million people around the world. According to Google, the new languages ​​​​of Cantonese and Qʼeqchiʼ are spoken by 614 million people. About a quarter of the new languages ​​​​are African, including Fon, Kikongo, Luo, Ga, Swati, Venda, and Wolof. 7 new Indian languages ​​have been added to the list which includes Awadhi, Bodo, Khasi, Kokborok, Marwari, Santali, and Tulu.

Google has said in its blog that languages ​​have a huge amount of diversity. Regional variations, dialects, and different spelling standards. Many languages ​​do not have a single standard form, so it is impossible to choose the “right” variety. Our approach has been to prioritize the most commonly used varieties of each language.

For example, Romani is a language that has many dialects across Europe. Our models provide text that is closest to South Vlax Romani, which is the variety most commonly used online.

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