Google Seeks Community Help To Improve Google Translate

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Google is seeking community help to improve its Google Translate service in a new post published to the official Google Search blog.

Google has recently launched a new Translate Community where language enthusiasts can help Google improve translation quality for the 80 languages supported by Google, and assist Google with launching new languages.

In the new community, Google users will have options to help with a variety of things, including generating new translations and rating existing ones.

Google explains that over time users will find more ways to contribute and gain visibility into the impact of contributions and the activity across the community.

If you have feedback and ideas about improving and growing the Translate Community, the Google invites you to submit it via “Send feedback” link on the bottom of the page.

For those who don’t have time to dedicate to the Translate Community, Google is going to make it easy for you to contribute when possible. Google has made it possible for you to suggest an entirely new translation directly in Google Translate.

When you spot a translation that you’d like to edit, click the “Improve this translation” pencil icon and click “Contribute” to submit your suggestion to us.

Google plans to incorporate user corrections over time and learn languages a bit bitter.

If you wish to help Google fine-tune and launch new languages, join the community here and help make translations more accurate for everyone.

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  • Finally. Was annoying me to see miss-translations of Greek.

  • Bengt

    Google Translate give you big laughs all the time. It only give you a hint what it’s all about. In my case a Swede. But is not Google rich enough to make the improvements by it self? Or is Google so poor that they just have to ask the customers for help? Of course – the 52,069 employees at Google are so busy having fun, for example producing doodles, that they simply do not have the time to do important things.