Using a Custom Translator with Azure Cognitive Services
Application Development Manager Bryan Soltis discusses using a custom translator with Azure Cognitive Services to provide a better and richer user experience in context-sensitive situations.
Part of being a global company is having users from every country/region/walk of life. There are different languages, dialects, slang terms, and nationalities that you have to take into account when you’re producing content for people in their native languages. If you add to the mix the sea of acronyms and abbreviations that everyone uses, you have the makings of a colossal nightmare when it comes to getting it right. Luckily, there is the Azure Custom Translator service to help save the day. Let me show you how you can use this powerful service to keep your translations on point.
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