➡️Microsoft Translator

Microsoft Translator is a free online translation service provided by Microsoft. It allows users to translate text, speech, images, and even entire websites from one language to another. The service uses machine learning and statistical models to analyze and translate input text, taking into account the context and the grammatical structure of the source language. The service supports over 70 languages, and users can access it through the Microsoft Translator website, mobile apps, or a browser extension. Microsoft Translator also offers APIs for developers to integrate translation capabilities into their own applications. The service has become a useful tool for individuals and businesses to communicate with people who speak different languages and to access information in foreign languages. However, it's important to keep in mind that while the service can provide useful translations, its accuracy may not always be 100%, and it's still recommended to use human translation for important or sensitive documents.

Note that some APIs, including the Microsoft Translator API, may have additional usage limits or billing requirements. Be sure to review the documentation for the API you're using to ensure you're following any usage guidelines or billing requirements.

How to create an API key for Microsoft Translator?

  1. Go to the Azure Portal and sign in or create a new account if you don't already have one.

  2. Once you're signed in, navigate to the Azure Portal dashboard and select your subscription.

  3. In the Azure Portal, search for "Cognitive Services" in the search bar at the top of the screen and click on the service.

  4. Click on the "+ Add" button to create a new Cognitive Services resource.

  5. Select the "Translator" option from the list of available APIs.

  6. Enter a unique name for your resource and select the pricing tier that fits your needs.

  7. Select a subscription and a resource group for your new resource, or create a new one.

  8. Choose the location for your new resource and select "Review + create".

  9. Review your configuration options and click on "Create" to create your new resource.

  10. Once your resource has been created, navigate to your resource dashboard and select "Keys and Endpoint".

  11. In the "Keys and Endpoint" section, you will see two keys, one for the "Primary Key" and one for the "Secondary Key". You can copy either key to use in your application.

  12. Your API key is now ready to use in your application.

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