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    SignAll is slowly but surely building a sign language translation platform /Link

     Translating is difficult work, the more so the further two languages are from one another. French-Spanish? Not a problem. Ancient Greek-Esperanto? Hard. But sign language is uniquely difficult because it is fundamentally different from spoken and written languages. All the same, companies like SignAll are working hard to make accurate, real-time machine translation of ASL a reality. Read More




    (@)Devin Coldewey

    Published on 14 Feb 2018 at 09:45PM

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