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  • An Introduction to the Architecture of Neural Machine Translation

    An Introduction to the Architecture of Neural Machine Translation

    Machine translation is one of the most exciting and rapidly-evolving fields of artificial intelligence. Neural machine translation (NMT) is a particularly hot topic right now, thanks to its impressive ability to produce more accurate translations than traditional algorithms. In this post, we’ll take a look at the basics of NMT architecture and how it works. Stay tuned for future posts where we’ll dive into more detail on individual components of NMT systems!

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  • iTranslate Collaborates with Lens Studio of Snap Inc.

    iTranslate Collaborates with Lens Studio of Snap Inc.

    Collaboration alert! iTranslate teamed up with Snap Inc.! What this means to the AR community and how AR developers and designers benefit from it – well, continue reading to find out more! 😉

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  • iTranslate Uses Neural Networks for Translations

    iTranslate Uses Neural Networks for Translations

    Machine learning has come a long way in the past few years. Especially in the translation industry, we can see a lot of growth. At iTranslate we use exactly this outstanding technology and work with Neural Networks to offer that many languages with high-quality translations. Continue reading to get direct insight from our Machine Learning team!

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  • Typeright: Officially Released and Packed With Brand-New Feature

    Typeright: Officially Released and Packed With Brand-New Feature

    Not much time has passed since we announced the transition of Grammatica becoming Typeright, and today’s the day: Typeright is out now for you to download on the App and Play Store!

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  • Grammatica Becomes Typeright

    Grammatica Becomes Typeright

    iTranslate is ready for a new chapter. What exactly this means for Grammatica and how it may change – continue reading to find out more!

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  • API 101: Architecture – Part 1

    API 101: Architecture – Part 1

    Protocols, types, classes – the world of API architecture can be quite overwhelming for beginners. But fear no more! We’re here to give a clear overview of what you ought to know 🙂

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  • 10 Things You Might Not Know About: Monaco

    10 Things You Might Not Know About: Monaco

    Monaco is a tiny sovereign-city state on the French Riviera that borders France on three sides and the Mediterranean Sea by its fourth. It’s the second-smallest nation globally and earned a glamourous reputation for lavish wealth. Monaco is one of the most iconic places worldwide, and it’s safe to say that the country offers more than casinos, yachts, and millionaires.

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  • APIs for Dummies – An Introduction For Non-Devs

    APIs for Dummies – An Introduction For Non-Devs

    You might’ve heard that we at iTranslate offer our translation API for you to use for your own products and projects. (Hello, self-promotion!) This leads us to this article here: we think it’s necessary to provide a general introduction to this topic, and we have to start somewhere, right? Ok, now, put on our smart-looking glasses and get ready to learn some stuff you can use to sound oh-so-clever at your next family dinner.

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  • iTranslate becomes an AI-Powerhouse and Grammatica transitions to a Multi-Platform Product

    iTranslate becomes an AI-Powerhouse and Grammatica transitions to a Multi-Platform Product

    From a simple language-translation tool to an outstanding AI-powerhouse that keeps on growing with exceptional products: that’s iTranslate. We’ve got a lot to share with you! 🙂

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  • The Māori – New Zealand’s Indigenous People

    The Māori – New Zealand’s Indigenous People

    The Māori – or Tangata Whenua, which translates as “people of the country” – are the indigenous people of New Zealand. They are proud, nature-loving people, and their history and traditions are an integral part of New Zealand’s identity and culture. According to a legend, the Māori come from the mythical land of “Hawaiki.” Hawaiki […]

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