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DeepL Translator[1] is a high-tech translation[3] service that uses an advanced algorithm[4], convolutional neural networks (CNNs), to create accurate translations. The system is trained with the extensive Linguee database and operates on a supercomputer[2]. It can translate various document types, including Microsoft[5] Word, PowerPoint, and PDF files. There’s a free version with a character limit, and a premium version, DeepL Pro, which offers API[6] access, software plug-in, and doesn’t save texts on the server. The platform has expanded to support multiple languages and aims to support 230 language combinations. The service is praised for its quality, performance, and innovative approach to translation, and it competes effectively with other industry leaders.

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1. DeepL Translator ( DeepL Translator )
1 DeepL Translator is a high-tech translation service that uses an advanced algorithm, convolutional neural networks (CNNs), to create accurate translations. The system is trained with the extensive Linguee database and operates on a supercomputer. It can translate various document types, including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and PDF files. There's a free version with a character limit, and a premium version, DeepL Pro, which offers API access, software plug-in, and doesn't save texts on the server. The platform has expanded to support multiple languages and aims to support 230 language combinations. The service is praised for its quality, performance, and innovative approach to translation, and it competes effectively with other industry leaders.
2 DeepL Translator is a high-tech translation service that uses an advanced algorithm, convolutional neural networks (CNNs), to create accurate translations. The system is trained with the extensive Linguee database and operates on a supercomputer. It can translate various document types, including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and PDF files. There's a free version with a character limit, and a premium version, DeepL Pro, which offers API access, software plug-in, and doesn't save texts on the server. The platform has expanded to support multiple languages and aims to support 230 language combinations. The service is praised for its quality, performance, and innovative approach to translation, and it competes effectively with other industry leaders.
2. supercomputer. A supercomputer is a high-performing computing system that can process vast amounts of data and perform complex calculations swiftly. It is a crucial tool in various fields where large-scale computational power is required. Supercomputers excel in performing tasks involving quantum mechanics, weather forecasting, climate research, molecular modeling, physical simulations, cryptanalysis, and nuclear fusion. These powerful machines use a measurement unit known as FLOPS to quantify their performance. The world's fastest supercomputers can achieve over 100 petaFLOPS. Significant research is underway globally to develop even faster supercomputers, known as exascale supercomputers. Countries like the US, Japan, and China have made notable contributions to the supercomputing field.
DeepL Translator (Wikipedia)

DeepL Translator is a neural machine translation service that was launched in August 2017 and is owned by Cologne-based DeepL SE. The translating system was first developed within Linguee and launched as entity DeepL. It initially offered translations between seven European languages and has since gradually expanded to support 32 languages.

DeepL Translator
Type of site
Neural machine translation
Available in32 languages
HeadquartersCologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
OwnerDeepL SE
Key peopleJaroslaw Kutylowski
URLdeepl.com/translator
CommercialYes
RegistrationOptional
Launched28 August 2017; 6 years ago (2017-08-28)
Current statusActive

Its algorithm uses convolutional neural networks and an English pivot. It offers a paid subscription for additional features and access to its translation application programming interface.

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