iFlytek Accused of Giving Its AI Program Credit for Translations Done by Humans
One of China’s leading voice recognition companies has been accused of failing to give recognition where recognition is due, crediting its AI technology with translation work done by its human staff.
Shenzhen-based translation and tech company iFlytek Co., Ltd. was accused of claiming to have used its language software to translate speakers in real time at the 2018 International Forum on Innovation and Emerging Industries Development in Shanghai on Thursday.
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