Emulator uses AI to offer the translations your games never had

Many classic video games are only available in one language, making it difficult to enjoy them as a non-speaker unless you have a fan translation. Now, though, you might just need the right software. Version 1.7.8 of the RetroArch emulator front end has introduced an AI Service feature that uses machine learning to translate game text into the language of your choice. It taps into services like Google’s to identify on-screen text and translate it into either an image if you don’t mind interruptions, or speech if you do. You could understand games that were previously unintelligible to you.

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