Microsoft Translator Adds Support For Yucatec Maya And Querétaro Otomi Languages


As part of Microsoft’s ongoing effort to empower language communities to preserve their languages and cultures, Microsoft today announced support for Yucatec Maya and Querétaro Otomi in Microsoft Translator.

These language systems were developed in collaboration with community partners in Mexico, who created the automatic translations systems to permanently bridge the translation gap between these endangered languages and the rest of the world. The systems themselves were built using the Microsoft Translator Hub, a Translator product which is available for free to allow any group to create its own unique translation systems.

Read more about it here.

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