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DeepL: Cologne-based startup outperforms Google Translate
44575
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DeepL: Cologne-based startup outperforms Google Translate

A translation startup from Germany is surprising many users by how well it translates texts. It is now offering two more languages: Russian and Portuguese. What is it that makes DeepL better than Google Translate?

Translation giants like Google and Microsoft are faced with a powerful but small competitor.

The startup from Cologne,DeepL, was founded by a former Google employee. It provides a translation tool that produces more naturally worded text than any of its big competitors.

The service uses so called deep learning technology based on artificial neural networks. But how exactly does it work?

https://www.dw.com/en/deepl-cologne-base...a-46581948

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( translate [.de] with https://www.deepl.com/de/translator )
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singing spider
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12-06-2018 04:55 PM

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RE: DeepL: Cologne-based startup outperforms Google Translate

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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=92i5m3tV5XY
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denkste :-(

deepL will wohl keine Texte von alten Computern übersetzen.

>>founded by a former Google employee<< - hä hä alles klar

[Image: 33309743yh.jpg]
... calculate the number of the beast = 500 + 100 + 50 + 10 + 5 + 1

( translate [.de] with https://www.deepl.com/de/translator )
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RE: DeepL: Cologne-based startup outperforms Google Translate
Very cool to see some very real competition to Google and the tech giants alike
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RE: DeepL: Cologne-based startup outperforms Google Translate
44575  Wrote: (12-06-2018 05:20 PM)
denkste :-(

deepL will wohl keine Texte von alten Computern übersetzen.

>>founded by a former Google employee<< - hä hä alles klar

this is what it made of your post:

thinkest :-(

deepL probably doesn't want to translate texts from old computers.

>>founded by a former Google employee<< - hä hä everything's clear


chuckle someone teach it hähä=haha/he he chuckle

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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=92i5m3tV5XY
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RE: DeepL: Cologne-based startup outperforms Google Translate
singing wilbury spider  Wrote: (12-06-2018 05:24 PM)
44575  Wrote: (12-06-2018 05:20 PM)
denkste :-(

deepL will wohl keine Texte von alten Computern übersetzen.

>>founded by a former Google employee<< - hä hä alles klar

this is what it made of your post:

thinkest :-(

deepL probably doesn't want to translate texts from old computers.

>>founded by a former Google employee<< - hä hä everything's clear


chuckle someone teach it hähä=haha/he he chuckle

yes translation by DeepL is very good - but i think JAVA SCRIPT is the key to functioning :-(

[Image: 33309743yh.jpg]
... calculate the number of the beast = 500 + 100 + 50 + 10 + 5 + 1

( translate [.de] with https://www.deepl.com/de/translator )
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RE: DeepL: Cologne-based startup outperforms Google Translate
Yup I’ll be using that one instead of google from now on. I am on my never google campaign.
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RE: DeepL: Cologne-based startup outperforms Google Translate
DeepL is the Beginning of the End for the Translation Industry

https://latg.org/2018/01/27/translation-...UMpcehKiUk

Translation is like a roll of toilet paper – most people don’t really think about it until they’re sitting there without it, wondering how awkward it’s going to be to yell to their hardly sympathetic girlfriend for assistance.

Fortunately for the toilet paper, it isn’t in any danger of losing its job any time soon.

Translation? Well…..

I spend a weirdly large amount of time contemplating translation, its history, its role in the modern world, and perhaps above all – its future.

I work in the translation industry. I work with countless tireless wordsmiths all over the planet on a daily basis. Through LATG I’ve met countless more, heard their stories, and listened to their concerns, and discussed the future.

There is one thing that annoys translators beyond everything else. Beyond deadlines, beyond obnoxious clients who think they know better, and even beyond an empty coffee pot.

No, above and beyond all, translators hate it when you suggest that their jobs are at risk.

I know full well what sort of sh*t I’m about to stick my head into here, as I’m sure the comments will soon show, but the truth is that the industry is almost definitely probably at risk.
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