India Develops AI-based Translator to Help Interact With Chinese Soldiers

The language barrier between the Indian and Chinese troops along either side of the international border remains a big hurdle to peaceful communication. India has taken the initiative by bridging the language barrier through an artificial intelligence-enabled Mandarin to Indian languages translator.

The Indian Army’s Design Bureau has developed a robotic translator that will be used to convert Mandarin, a language spoken by China’s People Liberation Army soldiers, into Indian languages. The equipment is expected to provide much-needed aid to defence forces as a lack of proper communication among soldiers of the two countries had on many occasions culminated in avoidable conflicts along the international border.

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