By | 12 May 2022 at 5:23 PM
Google announces addition of 24 new languages ​​including Bhojpuri, Maithili in Google Translate

Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced the addition of 24 new languages ​​to Google Translate at the Google I/O 2022 event on May 11. Languages ​​that have been included in Google Translate include languages ​​like Assamese, Bhojpuri, Dongri, Maithili, Sanskrit. Meaning if now you do not know languages ​​like Hindi or English, then you will be able to translate these languages ​​into your local language like Bhojpuri, Dongri, Maithili and Sanskrit.

For real time translation, Google has used machine learning technology, so that accurate translation can be present without any mistake. If Sundar Pichai is to be believed, till now the translation of the phrase in English used to spoil its meaning. But this can be overcome with the help of machine learning.

You will be able to translate like this

1. First of all, Google Translate has to be searched by Google.

2. There you will be able to open the page by clicking on it directly.

3. You can also download the app from Google Play Store.

4. After the page is opened, two columns will appear.

5. From this one column, which you want to translate, should select the language.

6. In the second column, select the language in which you want to translate.

These 24 new languages ​​will be supported in Google Translate

Assamese

aymara

Bambara

Bhojpuri

Dhivehi

doggie

Ewe

Guarani

llocano

konkani

krio

lingala

luganda

maithili

meiteilon

mizo

oromo

Quechua

Sanskrit

Sepedi

sorani kurdish

Tigrinya

Tsongae

Twi

Google Translate adds new local languages ​​of India

There was a time when Google Translate had the option of translation in Hindi only. But in the last few years Google Translate has added new local languages ​​of India. Thousands of dialects and languages ​​exist in India. Due to which there is a lot of difficulty in establishing mutual communication. But technology has worked to reduce these restrictions of language to a great extent. In this case, the name of Google Translate comes first.