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Test Tasting Computer-Translated Recipes

ElaN Languages suspects that you've never used its computer-based translation software. You probably just use Google Translate.

To prove that you should use its product instead, ElaN Languages subjected its program and Google Translate to the test--a taste test.

It took a Japanese-language recipe for a sushi cake and ran it through both programs. Then it prepared the dish precisely according to the translated instructions, no matter how ridiculous those instructions were.


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According to the advertisement that resulted from the experiment, Google Translate's recipe wants you to add sliced paper flyers, ground-up coins, and plastic horses. The taste testers at the end prefered ElaN's sushi cake.

-via Nag on the Lake


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