字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Ever had difficulty communicating due to a language barrier? Technology may soon change that. A new program is making real-time translation possible in the blink of an eye. Our Han Da-eun tells us more. In the middle of a speech, the speaker talks into a microphone in English. In just a few seconds,. his words are repeated, this time in Chinese. The sounds are not like that of a robot or machine. They come out in his own voice. "In a few years, they will be able to break down the language barriers between people. " The simultaneous translation is also possible on PCs. "Everything I say gets transcribed using speech recognition. " With functions that operate more like a human brain than a traditional computer,. this technology detects even the tiniest variations in a person's speech. After recording your voice on the device,. the transcriber slices up your speech into pieces and rearranges them into another language. "The individual sum that all occur in every language like 'ke', 'he', 'ss', 'mi', we can actually recall them and chop up to a small and phony unit. And then if we want to play in Chinese or Korean, we just do the combination and re-adjust orders and play it back." Even when a voice is not clear, it deduces the right phrases based on given context. "By applying that technology, we were able to improve the speech recognition system very, very much. Significantly compared to the previous technologies that we had. We got up to maybe 40 percent error reductions." Currently the service is available in several languages including English, Chinese and German,. and researchers say within a few years time,. users will be able to travel around the world without having to worry about language barriers. Han Da-eun, Arirang News.