A family in the US state of Missouri is using the Google Translate online tool to communicate with their newly-adopted teen daughter – who’s deaf – by accessing instant translations between languages on iPods or smartphones.
Read: Google Translate Links Family To Deaf, Adopted Daughter
The speed of machine-translation tools means communicating parties can type in their first languages, with the translation being instantly accessed, wherever they happen to be (provided wifi or internet access is available).
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