Online translation are far from good. Why is it so? Can't all the worlds programmers make an online translation tool that actually works as a human translator?
It shouldn't be that hard. Any ideas of how the translation tool could work?
Is it possible to collect all sentences and translate them each one?
Why couldn't you? You still have problems though, when one sentence have serveral meanings. How can you solve that problem? Any ideas?
How can you get every sentence in every language translated into all languages? Any suggestions?
Well it all the code that translates and no code is a perfect one. I think we will get a good translator once AI is very well developed.
Because computers can't understand the language. All they do is use a multi-language dictionary to translate words.
A human translator takes the input language, extracts the thought from it, and expresses the thought in the output language.
A computer just takes the input language, and converts words to the output language.
Well I also agree that online language translator is not good enough, Because computers can't understand the language. All they do is use a multi-language dictionary to translate words and computer only takes input language and invert it in to output language.
very very correct .....this thing is beyond our reach for the timebeing
the programs that do translations only recognice words but do not understand the context. Some senteses can be preconfigured so the translations is good enough, but to poreconfigure every sentence would take billions of century's just like learning the program what is and what is not a good sentence in a specific language. There are just to many variables that make up a language.
Eg the question What do we eat tonight? in dutch would be more like what eats we tonight? if you translate it precisly from dutch to english. That whats holding back the good translations. Now google does have an oppurtinity to correct the translation so thay have a kind of AI (artifisial intelligence) but still google does have to approve the translation and put it in the system.