The Google Translate service has received an upgrade that uses artificial intelligence technologies, and in the coming weeks it will help users with more accurate translations of words that have multiple meanings. The application will offer additional translation options based on the context, with explanations and examples.
So if you want to order sea bass for dinner, or play the bass during an evening concert, Google Translate will be able to better capture the context and offer a more accurate translation, using the correct phrases, local idioms and relevant words. Also, for words with multiple meanings, you will see different translation options with examples of usage. The feature will initially be available for English, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish.
In addition, Google updated the Translate application for Android, which received a fresh design and new gestures. iOS users should also see the update in a few weeks.