Military contractor develops translator app for the Army

10/10/2011 | Wired.com

Raytheon believes it has created technology the U.S. Army has long sought: an app that will allow its soldiers to communicate with locals. TransTalk knows about 80,000 words in Iraqi Arabic and 30,000 more in Afghanistan's languages, such as Dari and Pashto. Users speak English into the device, and the app speaks back in the desired language.

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