A new language solution, by
The developer of language solutions and cutting-edge mobile software has harnessed several relatively unknown and rarely used applications and tied them all together in a slick system that reduces language barriers.
The system translates words that are spoken in real time, as people talk. When a webinar or conference is given, thousands of people can go to a webpage to read a translation of the speech as subtitles (78 languages), hear automated voice (35 languages), or hear
By including coordinated access to the multiple software giants under one umbrella, the system enables users around the world to talk or text with each other in almost any language on any modern device. The cross-language experience is smooth, easy to comprehend and functions on laptop, desktop, smartphone and tablet. It keeps track of participant language selections, preferences for subtitles or voice, plus controls translation software selection, distribution and archiving.
Using built-in language automation
Each giant of technology has attained a clear footprint in at least one vital area of language automation; some excel in converting speech to text, some in converting text to speech and others in automated translation. Surprisingly, many of their most innovative works are embedded in side-applications that are hidden from the public, often within the 'accessibility' areas of a device for the hearing- and vision-impaired.
By accessing these in a single solution via
This cross-language communication includes not only voice conversations, but also webinars and conferences using
Online course hailed as successful
Entrepreneurs viewed subtitles in their language and used the multi-language chat-back to type questions and comments, translated for the speaker. At the end of the sessions, Beach declared, "One attendee in the
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