Google Translators use Google Translator, a free and open-source software, to translate between different languages.
But Google is also an important player in the online advertising industry, so it can’t be too far-fetched to think it might be working with the company on some translation projects.
Google’s goal is to help its users understand what they’re reading, which translates to more accurate results for them.
In the case of the video above, Google Translated the video to English and then translated it into German, using a Google translation engine, and then back into German.
The goal of this translation was to make sure that you can see the relevant information without having to scroll through the video or read subtitles.
It’s not the first time Google has worked with an ancient language to bring people the latest information.
Google has been working with some of its older languages to translate articles to other languages, including Sanskrit.
It also partnered with Wikipedia in an effort to create the latest versions of the encyclopedia, which was a big success.
It was Google Translations that brought us the video below, where the words in the video are translated into various languages, and Google is currently working on translating more videos, including the upcoming Super Bowl ad.
In other words, Google’s Translator is getting to work on translations for a new generation of users.
And it could be a big help in the future.
[Google Translate via The Verge]