GTCOM’s machine translation technology supports more than 60 languages as well as vertical areas such as finance and technology. It has won many medals and titles in international machine translation competitions. As an innovative language technology, machine translation is now in use for the translation of texts, web pages, audio, video, etc.
Based on neural network machine translation, multilingual natural language processing, speech recognition, multilingual search, and cloud application technologies, GTCOM has built the YeeCloud language technology platform and the Yeekit language technology toolkit platform, as well as software products such as YeeKit CAT, document translation, file folder translation, caption translation (YeeCaption), and vertical-field machine translation engines. In addition, GTCOM also offers three series of hardware products - LanguageBox AI-based machine translation system for conferences, MerCube enterprise-level machine translation server, and JoveTrans, smart interpretation earphones. Also available are services such as tailored vertical-industry machine translation model, private cloud and localization deployment, converged system, and cloud API.
In Gartner's 2020 Market Guide for AI-Enabled Translation Services, GTCOM is described as the only Chinese company to possess both a professional human translation service team and an entire ecosystem of AI-enabled machine translation.
Machine translation is a field for giants only. It can be hard for any company to secure a foothold here, but GTCOM has made it. With the YeeKit Chinese-English machine translation engine launched in June 2014, GTCOM joined Google, Microsoft, and Baidu as an early starter in the R&D and commercialization of machine translation technology. Today, YeeKit supports up to 60 languages.
GTCOM has a significant record of machine translation performance in last three years. In WMT 2021 the main task-news task has ten different language pairs. GTCOM participated in six language directions and ranked first in three language directions based on human evaluation: Bengali→Hindi, Hindi→Bengali and Xhosa→Zulu，notching up the second-highest number of wins among all the participated teams in the world, just after Facebook. Moreover, GTCOM ranked fourth in Zulu→Xhosa and Hausa→English, seventh globally in English→Hausa among all the 51 participated teams. In the 2020 Conference on Machine Translation, GTCOM won the championships in five language directions (Khmer-English, English-Khmer, Pashto-English, English-Pashto, and Tamil-English) out of all six participated directions. The number of championships ranked the first in the world. In the 2019 Conference on Machine Translation, GTCOM won championships in three language directions, tying the number of championships won by Microsoft Research Asia (MSRA) and the industry's global leader, Facebook.