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Although I fully understand the fascination of trying to get machines to translate well, I am not in the least eager to see human translators replaced by inanimate machines. And this is happening all the time on screens all over the planet, in dozens of languages. Needless to say, most of this halo is unconscious. It denotes a profoundly human art form that graciously carries clear ideas in Language A into clear ideas in Language B, and the bridging act should not only maintain clarity but also give a sense for the flavor, quirks, and idiosyncrasies of the writing style of the original author. To me, the word translation exudes a mysterious and evocative aura. And scientists did not question anyway; There were few of them. Some readers may suspect that I, in order to bash Google Translate, cherry-picked passages on which it stumbled terribly, and that it actually does far better on the large majority of passages. He lived in the city, but each weekend he would return to school. My own experiences with machine-translation software had always led me to be highly skeptical of it. The last two sentences really bring out how crucial understanding is for translation. Is that all it takes for a piece of output to deserve the label translation? I learned that although the older version of Google Translate can handle a very large repertoire of languages, its new deep-learning incarnation at the time worked for just nine languages. He also was still supervising his graduate students. On the day of the event, after dinner, an old friend hired a rickshaw from the city to congratulate. Of course I grant that Google Translate sometimes comes up with a series of output sentences that sound fine although they may be misleading or utterly wrong. On the day this appointment was decided, after dinner, an old friend specially hired a rickshaw and came all the way from the city just to congratulate Zhongshu. He is still a graduate student. This is verbal spinmeistery. Or can it? Indeed, many thoughtful people are quite enamored of translation programs, finding little to criticize in them. So far, so good! The practical utility of Google Translate and similar technologies is undeniable, and probably a good thing overall, but there is still something deeply lacking in the approach, which is conveyed by a single word: understanding. That is humbling. To shed some light on this question, I turn now to the experiments I did. Machine translation has never focused on understanding language. After a year of work at Tsinghua, he was transferred to the Mao Translating Committee to live in the city and back to school on weekends. Praise is certainly due to its creators and their collective hard work. By the way, I checked my translation with two native speakers of German, including Karl Sigmund, so I think you can assume it is accurate. It has no memories on which to draw, no imagery, no understanding, no meaning residing behind the words it so rapidly flings around. Google Translate is all about bypassing or circumventing the act of understanding language. It just consists of English words haphazardly triggered by the German words. Lickety-split, up came a bunch of webpages in Chinese, and then I painfully slogged my way through the opening paragraphs of the first couple of websites, trying to figure out what the phrase was all about. A second oddity is that the first paragraph clearly says that Zhongshu is supervising graduate students, whereas Google Translate turns him into a graduate student. I will now proceed to decode. The translation engine was not imagining large or small amounts or numbers of things. It was just throwing symbols around, without any notion that they might symbolize something. Next I translated the challenge phrase into French myself, in a way that did preserve the intended meaning. To Google! Introduction to the book to do this work is Tsinghua students Qiao Guanhua comrades. Take its first half. How odd! Before showing my findings, though, I should point out that an ambiguity in the adjective deep is being exploited here. It is accessible for free to anyone on Earth, and will convert text in any of roughly languages into text in any of the others. He figured that if you multiplied the database by a factor of, say, a million or a billion, eventually it would be able to translate anything thrown at it, and essentially perfectly. Such a development would cause a soul-shattering upheaval in my mental life. To translate it, I had to find out about something in Chinese culture that I was ignorant of. When I first got interested in the subject, in the mids, I ran across a letter written in by the mathematician Warren Weaver, an early machine-translation advocate, to Norbert Wiener, a key figure in cybernetics, in which Weaver made this curious claim, today quite famous:. Indeed, the idea frightens and revolts me. Here are the results, along with my own translation again vetted by native speakers of Chinese :. But my skepticism was clearly not shared by these two. The program fell into my trap, not realizing, as any human reader would, that I was describing a couple, stressing that for each item he had, she had a similar one. Could an entity, human or machine, do high-quality translation without paying attention to what language is all about? It is not written in an especially arcane manner, but it uses an educated, lively Chinese. Scholars in the Qing Dynasty into the value of the South study proud. For decades, sophisticated people—even some artificial-intelligence researchers—have fallen for the ELIZA effect. But I still felt I should check the engine out more closely. I knew Frank spoke Danish well, because his mother was Danish, and he had lived in Denmark as a child. This is the kind of thing I imagine when I hear an evocative phrase like deep mind. To a mere pi-lingual, bai-lingualism is most impressive. As for female scholars, well, they had no place in the system at all; nothing was clearer than that. After all, one swallow does not thirst quench. So where did I turn for help? I began my explorations very humbly, using the following short remark, which, in a human mind, evokes a clear scenario:. Pushkin need not shudder. After our guest had left, Zhongshu turned to me uneasily and said:. I am not , in short, moving straight from words and phrases in Language A to words and phrases in Language B. All sorts of statistical facts about the huge databases are embodied in the neural nets, but these statistics merely relate words to other words, not to ideas.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I try to say in Language B what strikes me as a natural B-ish way to talk about the kinds of situations that constitute the halo of meaning in question. Her book recounts the intertwined lives of herself; her husband, Qian Zhongshu also a novelist and translator , and their daughter. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}One Sunday, at one of our weekly salsa sessions, my friend Frank brought along a Danish guest. After Zhongshu had worked at Tsinghua University for a year, he was transferred to the committee that was translating selected works of Chairman Mao. In this scenario, human translators would become, within a few years, mere quality controllers and glitch fixers rather than producers of fresh new text. Many scholars and scholars in the early Qing Dynasty into the south through the study. At home, they have everything in double. I am very wary of Google Translate, especially given all the hype surrounding it. Guest to go, the book of fear in the book said to me:. Whenever I translate, I first read the original text carefully and internalize the ideas as clearly as I can, letting them slosh back and forth in my mind. However, after Emperor Yongzheng established an official military ministry with a minister and various lower positions, the South Study aide, despite still being in the service of the emperor, no longer played a major role in governmental decision making. But not to Google Translate. Moreover, if I copy and paste a page of text in Language A into Google Translate, only moments will elapse before I get back a page filled with words in Language B. The related letter noun Wissenschaftlerin , found in the closing sentence in its plural form Wissenschaftlerinnen , is a consequence of the gendered-ness of German nouns. That said, I turn now to Chinese, a language that gave the deep-learning software a far rougher ride than the two European languages did. There is his own car and his own car, his own towels and his own towels, his own library and his own library. Dans leur maison, tout vient en paires. Is this actually in English? Aside from that blunder, the rest of the final sentence is a disaster. As for his friend, her English was fluent, as is standard for Scandinavians. But soon it grows wobbly, and the further down you go, the wobblier it gets. But does that sort of depth imply that whatever such a network does must be profound? Now, I admit that the Chinese phrase was utterly opaque to me. Nonetheless, his view of translation as decoding became a credo that has long driven the field of machine translation. Below I exhibit the astounding piece of output text that Google Translate super swiftly spattered across my screen after being fed the opening of the website that I got my info from:. This baffles me. Frank would write a message in English, then run it through Google Translate to produce a new text in Danish; conversely, she would write a message in Danish, then let Google Translate anglicize it. Chez eux, ils ont tout en double. We humans know all sorts of things about couples, houses, personal possessions, pride, rivalry, jealousy, privacy, and many other intangibles that lead to such quirks as a married couple having towels embroidered his and hers. I chose a short passage and let Google Translate loose on it. In their house, everything comes in pairs. I typed in the Chinese characters, surrounded them with quote marks, then did a Google search for that exact literal string.