Thanks to Neural Machine Translation, Google Translate can now take all sentences, not only single or few words, as a reference for proper traduction.
This reduces the errors made from 55% to 85%: "It's improved more today with this single implementation that in the last 10 years combined," commented enthusiastically Barak Turovsky, Google Translate product manager. Eight languages are supported right now: English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Turkish. The plan is to implement all remaining forms of communication that you can find in Translate.
It's not news that Google is betting its future on artificial intelligence and machine learning, technologies that allow not only the execution of operations but also their learning to perform additional tasks without these being explicitly requested.