Until now, Google had been using the AI translation technology only in Google Lens and the web version of Google Translate. As long as you have the source set to "Detect language", the instant camera translation feature will automatically identify the language that needs to be translated. If you've ever tried to use the automatic translation feature in the camera, you're probably also aware it could do with some improvements.
Google is improving its Translate service today as it rolls out an update to its Instant Camera feature. This tweak sees the major features each having their own button at the bottom of the app (Instant, Scan, and Import). These languages include Arabic, Hindi, Malay, Thai, Vietnamese, Bengali and so on.Читайте также: Chiefs' Mahomes wins ESPY Award for Best NFL Player
If you selected "Detect language" as the source language, Instant allows you to point your camera at text and have the app recognize the language and translate. This app works even when there is no internet connectivity, making it a flawless app for travellers. Google points out that this is handy for travelling in areas where multiple languages are commonplace, and I'm sure you can think of more useful use cases for this feature.
Previously, Google Translate's camera could only translate between English and another language, but with these changes it will work with many more combinations, allowing you to translate from 88 languages into over 100 others.
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