If you go to a lot of meetings and lectures, or basically talk with people regularly, interpreting your audio recordings is maybe the most repetitive assignment in your work process.
Google Translate to Transcribe the Recordings into Required Language
In any case, we may before long have some assistance from Google. The hunt monster flaunted another interpretation feature in the Google Translate app during an occasion at its San Francisco office the previous evening.
A report from a source noticed that once the component is turned out, you can record sound in one language and get live translation in another language. At first, it will just work with live chronicles — not pre-recorded sound documents — and depend on cloud-based AI. Google also said it’ll launch the component first on Android.
A report says the organization recently testing the feature in a few languages including French, German, and Spanish.
Google as of now has an interpretation feature as the Recorder application on Pixel Smartphones. In any case, that depends on on-gadget AI and gives interpretations just in the English language.
The organization has given no outright course of events with respect to when the feature will turn out.