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Swiss startup unveils ‘world’s first’ AI translation service

A startup claims to have launched a world first in a speech-to-speech translation system with artificial intelligence.

The tool, called Aivia, was developed by interpreta Zurich-based translation service provider. The company focuses on meeting and event interpretation – a market that is being boosted by globalization.

As interactions spread across borders, they can become more difficult to understand. Although English is the language of international business, it is only spoken by an estimated group 17% of the world. The rest is often left out of the conversation.

Interprefy offers a way to overcome this language barrier — and the demand seems high. In the eight years since the company was founded, Interprefy says it has supported more than 50,000 meetings. They range from remote press conferences the European Championship 2020 football tournament interviews with astronauts on the International Space Station.

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Aivia is designed to expand this customer base. At the touch of a button, the service translates speech into audio and subtitles in real time. interpret claims that it is the first-ever advanced automated speech translation service for online and live events.

“Many organizations and events lack the budget to book professional interpretation.

Oddmund Braaten, CEO of Interprefy, has big ambitions for Aivia. He wants the simultaneous translation tool to finally become mainstream.

“Over the past eight years, our remote interpreting technology has greatly democratized access to these services and gained widespread adoption, especially during the Covid era,” Braaten tells TNW.

“But we still saw that many organizations and events lacked the budget to book professional interpretation. That’s why we’ve developed a service that provides affordable real-time translation, as well as the flexibility and support needed to ensure a seamless multilingual user experience.”

Braaten is optimistic about the results. He believes Aiva is the most accurate and flexible AI speech translator on the market.

Oddmund Braaten, CEO of Interprefy