Babelverse won the opportunity to appear at TechCrunch Disrupt from the Startup Alley and with little notice ended up giving a slick pitch. Essentially this is a solution for universal speech translation, powered by a global community of human interpreters: it means anyone can be an interpreter.
Near-instant translations from native and expert speakers could be as nice as having your personal interpreter, but can it compete with automated services with less friction?
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