Ewelina has 38 students and 306 completed sessions.
Watch the video and book a lesson with her by visiting her profile here.
Google Inc. of Palo Alto, CA has unveiled plans for a new invention at South By Southwest Music and Arts Festival. Called “Google VOX”, the device will be able to translate languages in real time, eliminating the need for interpreters completely.
Sarah Newtown, a Swedish interpreter for the United Nations was skeptical about the device, “You cannot replace a human being with an automated system, there are too many contextual references that a computer will not be able to decode or interpret. I don’t think anyone in the interpretation community views this as a serious threat.”
Google Scientists are also determining the possibility of matching the sounds of animals to feelings, allowing your dogs and cats to talk to you through a limited vocabulary. In theory, the device would yell “HUNGRY” if the dog’s pitch matched that of the sound it makes when it is hungry, and it would also yell “Outside!” if the dog wanted to use the bathroom.
Google has not given a projected release date.
Edit: April Fools.
Sam here again!
This week we are back again with another mini contest on Facebook, where you could win $20 of learning credit.
The contest is pinned to the top of the italki facebook page. We will be having weekly facebook contests for learning credit on our facebook page.
Simply visit the facebook page, and share the video by clicking the share button, then message us and let us know you did it!
A few weeks back one of our community tutors stopped by the office to meet the italki team.
Here is a picture of her with me:
Her name is Irina Xiang She offers speaking practice in Chinese and she’s very friendly.
Visit her profile by clicking her name and book a lesson with her today!