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The taxonomy optimization problem

Let us add further reflexions on the remaining 1% problem. As hinted at previously, the remaining 1% problem may only be solved by general AI (GAI). Let us sketch in a series of posts what features are required for general … Continue reading

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One hundred users for the Traduttore corsu app for Android

The Traduttore corsu application for Android has now more than a hundred users. Moving on…

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More on polymorphic disambiguation…

Let’s take another look at polymorphic disambiguation. We shall consider the French word sequence ‘nombre de’. The translation into Corsican (the same goes for English and other languages) cannot be identical, because ‘number of’ can be translated in two different … Continue reading

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Performing our first open test of the year

Let us comment on the remaining errors encountered in the above open test: French ‘carrière’ remains undisambiguated: either carriera (career) or cava (quarry): two occurrences ‘de’: French ‘de’ is perhaps the most difficult word to translate into another language, due … Continue reading

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More on the remaining 1% problem

The analysis of the Wikipedia article of the day in French is interesting, in the sense that it sheds light on the skills that will be necessary for a machine translation system to achieve a 100% accurate translation. The error … Continue reading

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More on two-sided grammar

Let us expand the idea of two-sided (from the analytic/synthetic duality standpoint) grammatical analysis: consider, for example, ‘beaucoup et souvent’ (a lot and often) in the sentence ‘il mange beaucoup et souvent’ (he eats a lot and often). Analytically, ‘beaucoup … Continue reading

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New version on Android Playstore

The application now changes its name on the Android Playstore, and becomes “Traduttore corsu”: the name is not very original, let’s face it, but at least it is easy to understand. “Traduttore corsu” is dedicated especially to the translation from … Continue reading

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Some advance in polymorphic disambiguation

Just powered the new engine (prototypal, not yet transferred to the API which is used both by the current site translator and the Android application) and made a few tests: it works! Let us take an example with French ‘en … Continue reading

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