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New Google Translate.. Translate texts with images on the web

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Using AR Translate translation technology

Published in: March 09, 2023: 07:35 AM GST
Last updated: Mar 09, 2023: 07:58 AM GST

Google announced the launch of a new feature in the web version of the “Google Translate” translation service, which allows users to translate texts in images using AR Translate, the technology used in the Google Lens application available on smartphones.

Users can try the service by uploading images from their smartphone or computer under the “Images” tab to Google Translate.

The tool will automatically recognize the language in the image and translate it into the desired language. The service provides more than 130 languages ​​to choose from.

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Users can also compare the original text and the translated text by clicking on the Show original button, and they can also download the translated image or copy the text.

This new feature uses the “Generative Adversarial Networks” technology used in Google Lens, which generates an image that displays the translated text as if it were part of the original image, rather than placing the translation on top of the original text.

And with the fact that this feature is already available within the Google Lens application for smartphones, it is also now available for browser users.

Last month, Google launched a major update to the Google Translate application for Android phones, through which it introduced the (contextual translation) feature that displays the different meanings of a single word, allowing the user to choose the appropriate word for the context in order to obtain the most accurate translation of the phrase.

The latest update also got an improved design and support for a number of new languages, in addition to the image translation feature similar to the feature that was introduced today in the web version of the service.

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