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    A Start-Up Bets on Human Translators Over Machines - NYTimes.com. The guy who developed ReCaptcha has a new project called Duolingo, where you can learn a language while translating text from the web. Sign up at the unpinnable duolingo.com

  • James Boekbinder

    A Start-Up Bets on Human Translators Over Machines - NYTimes.com - That human edge in decoding what things mean is what a computer scientist turned entrepreneur, Luis von Ahn, is betting on. His start-up, Duolingo, which opened to the public on Tuesday, proposes to put armies of language learners to work translating text on the Web.

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