On Tuesday, only a few users will see the updated offline Machine Translation, but Google will be promoted to all users in the next few weeks.
The list of languages supported contains various languages: South African Dutch, Albania, Arabic, Belarus, Bengal, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese, Croatia, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Estonia, Philippines, Finnish, and Finnish. French, Galicia, Georgian, Georgian, German, Greek, gujarate, Haiti, Kerrey ORL, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Hungarian, Iceland, Indonesia, Irish, Italian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonian, Malta. Language, maladu, Persian, Persian, polish, Portuguese, Portuguese, Romania, Russian, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spanish, Swahili, Chinese, Thai, Tamil, thailugu, Thai, Turkish, Ukraine, Urdu, Vietnamese, and Welsh.
In the past, running these deep learning models on mobile devices is not a real option, because mobile phones do not have the right hardware to run them effectively. Now, due to two improvements in hardware and software, this is not a problem, Google.MicrosoftAnd other companies have also found ways to compress these deep learning models to manageable sizes. Google says that only about 30 to 40MB of each language.
It is worth noting that earlier this year, Microsoft also announced similar features of its Translator application. It uses a very similar technology, but only a dozen languages are supported for the time being.