YouTube now supports more subtitle languages

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Google confirmed an important enriching YouTube’s ability to auto-generate video subtitles. Thanks to this function, users will be able to count on more translations that become more and more precise than the original. Here are the details regarding the Google announcement:

YouTube will support auto-generated subtitle translations of up to 16 languages

Sale a 16 the number of languages ​​supported by YouTube subtitles. The app is now able to create subtitles from a video in a greater number of languages, completing translations in real time, more and more accurate. The company’s goal is to increase the number of videos with subtitles by up to 10 times, to 80 million. The project is based on the acquisition of the English company DeepMind, which took place in 2014. The company made available to Google an artificial intelligence system capable of simplifying the analysis of text, audio and video, guaranteeing the translation of self-generated subtitles. Here are the languages ​​supported by the function which represents one of the strengths of YouTube.

  • Arabic
  • Traditional Chinese
  • Dutch
  • English
  • French
  • Tedesco
  • Hindi
  • Indonesian
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Portuguese
  • Russo
  • Spanish
  • Thai

Also in Ukrainian

In addition, the translations will soon also arrive in Ukrainian. In this way, Google aims to combat fake news and make war-related videos even more accessible. More details will come in the coming weeks.

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