From Copiers that Translate to Canine Translators

 - Nov 29, 2010   Updated: May 26 2011
The power to interpret unfamiliar languages opens hidden worlds and builds bridges between people -- and other beings as well.

Traditional translators are people who have command of two or more languages and can serve as intermediaries, but modern translators range from electronic gadgets to cyber-translators. Here are a few examples to expand your knowledge of the world of translation innovations.

Implications - With the Internet merging the world into one digital society, it's common for people to stumble upon foreign sites. As a result, many companies are upgrading translation devices. This led to the production of practical apps and translation site services for those requiring the assistance of understanding a language outside their own. The interpretations may not be 100% correct, but it's a working progress well worth building.