Google Assistant will soon be able to act as your real-life translator in 27 different languages. Google announced today that the voice assistant is getting a new “interpreter mode” that can translate in real time so you can hold conversations with someone who doesn’t share the same tongue. It works, but it’s not magic.
CORRECTION: Google Assistant’s Chinese interpreter only includes Mandarin, not Cantonese.
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