Facebook has announced a new advance in its automatic translation tools which will improve communications between users around the world.
Facebook’s ‘M2M-100’ multilingual machine translation model, which is able to translate any pair of 100 languages without relying on English data. This maximizes communication between users.
Cutting off that initial step of translating to English first means the original meaning is better maintained.
Facebook's translation tools could maximize cross-border/regions trade. This could be further assisted by the development of Facebook’s own currency which would remove the need for local banks.
That project is far off from being realized but Facebook is looking towards a future where any business, anywhere, would be able to sell to anybody, across the world, on Facebook’s marketplace
If Facebook can connect the world, and provide universal communications access, that could lead to significant new opportunities.
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