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Microsoft Translator

Microsoft Translator

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Integration Service Connector

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Summary

Summary

Translate text instantly or in batches across more than 100 languages, powered by the latest innovations in machine translation.

Overview

Overview

Microsoft Translator is a cloud-based machine translation service that is included in the larger Azure Cognitive Services Suite. With the UiPath connector for Microsoft Translator, users can translate text in near real-time from any application or service via a simple REST API call. The connector utilizes the latest neural machine translation technology, while also offering statistical machine translation technology. Users can translate text instantly or in batches across more than 100 languages.

To begin automating processes, users must first establish a connection with their Microsoft Translator instance by following the step-by-step instructions available on the .

Users can utilize the connection to enable in and build automations that interact with their Microsoft Translator data. These activities allow for the execution of create, read, update, and delete operations on Microsoft Translator objects.

The UiPath connector for Microsoft Translator is compatible with the .

Currently, the does not support events and is currently in preview.

Features

Features

The use of the UiPath connector for Microsoft Translator can offer significant benefits to users by providing the ability to:

  • integrate translation capabilities into their applications without having to build their own translation engine, thus saving time and effort.
  • leverage the most modern neural machine translation technology, which is an AI-based approach, generating accurate and high-quality translations. Additionally, the connector offers statistical machine translation technology, a more traditional approach that uses statistical models to generate translations.
  • translate text instantly or in batches across more than 100 languages.

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