Peer-to-Machine-to-Peer Translation

The United States Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM) has ordered 35 ruggedized laptops equipped with IBM’s MASTOR software to test the utility of speech-to-speech machine translation. The software, which has been under development since 2001, provides real-time, two-way translation between English and Arabic without requiring speakers to use preprogrammed phrases.

Read this article from Ars Technica

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