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AI tool to translate ‘The Northeast Connect’ to various Indian languages


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SHILLONG, April 27: Anuvadini, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool, will translate the ABK Media India’s ‘The Northeast Connect’ into various Indian languages.
According to a statement here, Anuvadini has been breaking boundaries by translating movie dialogues from Vietnamese to diverse Indian languages in collaboration with ABK Media India, which is also the official India partner of the Vietnamese movie, A Fragile Flower.
It may be mentioned that the ABK Media has structured the ‘The Northeast Connect’ that delves deep into the heart of Northeast’s richness.
“Comprising the states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura, and Sikkim, this region is not just a geographic entity but a treasure trove of diversity. Over 400 languages echo through its valleys, yet only three are recognized by the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution, showcasing the intricate linguistic tapestry that defines this land,” the statement said.
It is pertinent to note that his initiative aligns with the vision of the YUVA Prathibha initiative by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to promote education and cultural awareness.
Anuvadini will also become the first tool to translate the dialogue of a movie into various Indian languages.
Another groundbreaking platform is Anuvadini’s Bharat Tube, which revolutionises video translation by preserving the original audio ambiance, translating videos seamlessly from various Indian and foreign languages.
“With the ability to translate live videos swiftly and maintain the background music, Bharat Tube enhances accessibility and promotes seamless communication across diverse languages, marking a significant advancement in multimedia translation technology,” the statement said.
Anuvadini’s integration into platforms like SWAYAM signifies a significant step towards overcoming these challenges by making educational content accessible in multiple languages.


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