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The First Asian Network-Based Speech-to-Speech Translation System by the A-STAR Consortium

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The NICT MASTAR Project,in collaboration with A-STAR Consortium member laboratories in Korea,Thailand,Indonesia,China,India,Vie_tnam,and Singapore,has successfully developed the world's first network-based speech-to-speech translation system for Asian languages. This achievement is a continuation of work which began at ATR and is based on C-STAR research results. On July 29,2009,NICT(the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology) and other A-STAR member laboratories carried out a field test to demonstrate this brand new translation system.

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