There are more than 600 million Internet users in India, but only a few of them can speak English fluently. At present, however, most of India’s online and web services only offer English. This language barrier has created a digital divide in the world’s second largest Internet market, leaving hundreds of millions of users with only a few websites and services. As a result, more and more technology companies are trying to provide Internet services to more Indians. On Thursday, Google announced a series of measures to increase the use of local Indian languages in its products, as well as a new method of language translation. < / P > < p > in addition, Google said it plans to invest in Google’s research center in India to promote the development of machine learning and artificial intelligence, and open AI models to all in the entire ecosystem. Google has promised to invest $10 billion in India in the next few years and work with local start-ups to serve Indian users in the local language and significantly improve the Google product and service experience. < / P > < p > in addition to the currently available English and Hindi, Google will also see search results in Tamil, Telugu, Bengali and maladi. The new feature comes four years after Google added Hindi tags to its search pages in India. The company said the number of Hindi search queries has increased more than 10 times since the launch of the tab. For example, if someone prefers to see their Tamil queries, they will now be able to tag Tamil next to English and quickly switch between the two. < / P > < p > it’s helpful to get search results in local languages, but people often want to query in these languages as well. Google said it found input in a non English language another challenge for users today. To address this challenge, search will begin to display relevant content in supported Indian languages where appropriate, even if local language queries are entered in English. The company plans to launch the feature next month to support five Indian languages: Hindi, Bengali, maladi, Tamil and Telugu. < / P > < p > Google also makes it easier for users to quickly change the preferred language in which they see results in their applications without changing the language settings of the device. This feature is currently available in discover and Google assistant and will now be available in Google maps. Similarly, Google lens’s & quot; homework & quot; feature, which allows users to take pictures of math or science questions and then provide their answers, now supports Hindi. < / P > < p > Google executives also detailed a new language artificial intelligence model, which they call the multilingual representation of Indian language (muril), which provides greater efficiency and accuracy in dealing with translation, spelling changes and nuances in mixed languages and other languages. Muril provides support for translations when writing Hindi in Roman alphabet, which is missing from previous models of its kind, Partha Talukdar, a research scientist at Google research India, said at a virtual event on Thursday. < / P > < p > the company said it used Wikipedia articles and text from a dataset called common crawl to train the new model. It also trains translated texts from sources such as Wikipedia (feedback via Google’s existing neural machine translation model). As a result, muril’s ability to process Indian language is better than previous, more generic language models, dealing with letters and words that have already been translated – that is, Google uses the closest corresponding letter of a different letter or text. IPhone 12 whole family barrel model exposed: it’s a tribute to iPhone 4