Microsoft Edge is getting real-time voice translation and dubbing for videos

Build 2024: In the near future, Microsoft Edge will get a new AI-powered translator that will handle videos in real time from sites like YouTube, LinkedIn, etc. The app will translate and create subtitles, as well as dubbing the voice (voice-over translation).

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Microsoft has announced that the current stage of development for the feature includes support for translations from Spanish to English, as well as from English to Russian, German, Italian, Spanish, and Hindi. It is anticipated that this innovation will also benefit individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing.

It is important to mention that this is not the only AI-powered feature in Microsoft Edge. Recently, the browser gained the ability to generate a brief summary for YouTube videos, although this functionality requires a text transcript that may not be accessible for all videos. Finally, it is part of Copilot.

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Author: Sergey Tkachenko

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