Microsoft Accepting Testers for Skype Translator

Microsoft Accepting Testers for Skype Translator
technology

The company's real-time beta service running on Windows 8.1 could make the world more openly connected

Jason Brick
  • 10 november 2014

Microsoft first demonstrated its Skype Translator project at this year’s Re/code Conference with a show-stealing performance of real-time translation between multiple languages. This past week, they announced a round of open signups for Windows customers to try out the new service.

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