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  • Writer's pictureAlexandru Voica

computerspeak.

Language represents so much of our culture and identity. We use language to represent ourselves to the world and interact with other people. But when two people don't speak the same language, there is an immediate barrier created between them. This is becoming particularly true on the social internet: as short-form video is taking over from text and images as the preferred medium of communication, a lot of context can be lost if the video is in a language you do not understand.


However, recent advances in machine translation and generative AI promise to deliver the ability for anyone to communicate and understand information in any language, in real-time. And while before this was just science fiction, there are companies today who are on the verge of bringing this vision into reality.



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