COLOGNE, GERMANY, August 17, 2023 — Global AI communications company DeepL has announced that its paid subscription service, DeepL Pro, is now available for purchase in South Korea. DeepL Pro unlocks advanced translation features for businesses, organizations, and individuals using the highly accurate AI-powered translation tool.
DeepL strengthens its research and neural network training with latest NVIDIA technology
COLOGNE, GERMANY, August 2, 2023 — Global AI communications company DeepL is expanding its AI translation and communication capabilities with the installation of an NVIDIA DGX SuperPOD.
DeepL aims to expand its AI translation service to more businesses worldwide through the hiring of successful industry mainstays.
COLOGNE, GERMANY, July 10, 2023 — Leading AI communications company, DeepL, announced today some key personnel additions that will help to leverage its plans for global expansion. The company brings aboard two industry mainstays in Mike Boyarski as Chief Marketing Officer and David Parry-Jones as Chief Revenue Officer.
With the opening of its Tokyo-based office, DeepL is poised to continue bringing world-class AI translation to Japanese businesses.
TOKYO, JAPAN, July 3, 2023 — The world's leading AI communication company, DeepL, is pleased to announce the commencement of a Japan entity from July 2023. This new office, which will be the company’s first outside of Europe, demonstrates DeepL’s firm commitment to its customers in Japan and to its mission to help organizations communicate reliably and accurately around the globe.
Today, DeepL, the tech company powering global communication through artificial intelligence, announced that their suite of translation tools now supports the Korean and Norwegian (bokmål) languages. The addition of these language pairs brings the total number of supported languages to 31.
Today, DeepL—Europe’s leading AI communication company—announced the launch beta version of DeepL Write, an AI writing companion that will help users perfect their writing and express themselves with clarity and precision.
DeepL, a global leader in AI communications, announced today that they will be partnering with new investors IVP, Bessemer Venture Partners, Atomico, and WiL. These collaborations will allow DeepL to accelerate research and development, expand its product offering, enable ongoing team growth, and further transform how individuals and organizations around the world communicate.
DeepL is pleased to announce Ukrainian is now live, bringing the total number of languages on its translator to 29. Ukrainian is the most requested language by users this year, and DeepL’s passionate team of engineers and language experts fast-tracked the development and release to ensure availability as soon as possible.
In order to provide top translation quality in every scenario, German AI technology company DeepL has released their first tool for customizing DeepL Translator: the Glossary. This feature allows the user to influence the results produced by DeepL Translator by defining how a specific term should be translated. Nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and even multi-word entries can be added to the Glossary and the algorithm will adapt the translations in terms of grammar and context, ensuring that the integrity and fluidity of the translation is not compromised.
Germany’s most powerful AI company DeepL is expanding its language capabilities to Turkish and Indonesian. Already the translator of choice in Europe, DeepL is gaining popularity worldwide; the release of Indonesian and Turkish brings the possibility of translating to and from a total of 28 languages, with 650 possible translation combinations.
DeepL, a leading AI company revolutionizing translation technology, is proud to announce that it has achieved the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 27001 certification for the development, operation, and distribution of its translation software.
Germany’s top AI company, DeepL, is proud to now provide machine translation for two of the most highly-anticipated and in-demand languages: Japanese and Chinese.
In Europe and the Americas, DeepL is already known as the world’s best AI translation company. Now, following a long period of intensive research, the company has added two of Asia’s most-spoken languages, with quality exceeding other machine translation systems. “China and Japan are two of the most economically and culturally important countries, so this has been an important goal for us for a long time,” said DeepL CEO Jaroslaw Kutylowski. “Now that our systems produce Chinese and Japanese translations that live up to our standards, we have reached an important milestone in our quest to bring people around the world closer together.”
German start-up DeepL has released a new translation system that represents a quantum leap in translation quality. The artificial intelligence is far superior to all extant translation technologies and is free to use on www.DeepL.com.
Germany’s leading AI company, DeepL, today unveils a new way to use their machine translation technology: direct integration into Windows and Mac operating systems. Millions of people enjoy DeepL’s unparalleled translation quality—as evidenced by each day’s 7 billion translated characters. Making the translation technology accessible wherever it’s needed helps DeepL users work even faster.
“The need for high-quality translations is not limited to a website, so neither should the solution be,” said CEO Jaroslaw Kutylowski. “We looked at how our users are translating and created a tool that streamlines the process and expands the scope of where DeepL can be useful.”
DeepL today introduces the world’s best AI translation services for two of the most-spoken and most influential languages: Russian and Portuguese.
With the addition of Portuguese, the company is responding to thousands of requests from users around the world. Today, DeepL’s Portuguese translation service is tearing down the language barrier for a further 230 million people. The neural networks continuously train on millions of texts and can handle the nuances of the Portuguese language, with a wide vocabulary encompassing Brazilian and European Portuguese.
Russian is the first DeepL language to use a non-Latin script. The Cyrillic alphabet is no barrier to clear and accurate translations: DeepL Translator produces results beyond anything yet seen from Google or even Russian Internet giant Yandex. 260+ million Russian speakers have never had a more powerful tool to connect with the rest of the world.