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Ever Wanted To Be Able To Translate Hieroglyphs?

21-Jul-20 12:45

Ever Wanted To Be Able To Translate Hieroglyphs?

It's been 221 years since the discovery of the Rosetta Stone—a key tool for deciphering Egyptian hieroglyphs. To celebrate the anniversary, Google this week launched Fabricius, a new Arts & Culture tool that lets anyone play classical linguist. The feature uses machine learning to translate 4,000-year-old symbols into modern language via three "dedicated gateways:" learn, play, work.


Produced by: Richard Bradbury

Presented by: Richard Bradbury, Arvindh Yuvaraj, and Christine Wong


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