Zoom Acquires Technology to Real-Time Translation for Video Calls

In the wake of COVID-19, Zoom has become one of the most popular video-chatting applications. Of course, sometimes the app has introduced new features and the stream continues.

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Zoom is currently acquiring a German start-up, Karlsruhe Information Technology, which specialized in real-time machine learning translation. Zoom will use this to translate its own platform in real-time.

The German company is also kite and is made up of a dozen researchers associated with the Karlsruhe Technology Institute. Zoom did not reveal the financial specifics of this agreement but did indicate that the purchase will help to the launch of machine translation.

The company also claimed that after the acquisition in Germany they will build a research and development centre.

Zoom President of Product and Engineering Velchamy Sankarlingam said:

We are constantly seeking new ways to provide our users happiness and improve productivity, and solutions are critical to the development of our Zoom client platform worldwide.

This development should enable Zoom to remain up to its rivals including the latest Cisco machine transfer.

It is unclear if Zoom adds the live translation to its app, but official information is anticipated to be read within the next few weeks.

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