Google Translate vs. “La Bamba”

The team at Google headquarters in California tests Google Translate’s new ‘sign-reading’ feature and shows how it quickly translates La Bamba into 27 languages simply by having the camera pointed at printed text. You may not want your doctor using it any time soon though. Click here for another video that explains how the technology actually works

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