TRANSLATOR FOR EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPHICS
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What is Fabricus
Now Google has launched Fabricius: an AI-based translator for ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics is a true Innovation. Along with in-built collaboration with many universities around the world, Fabricius implements machine learning to let users text in English or Arabic messages (consisting of words and/or emojis) to envision their nighest translation in hieroglyphics.
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Three Sections of Fabricus
Fabricius has three sections: Learn, Play and Work. In the first section, you have to go through a quick six-stage course that advances you to the history and knowledge of hieroglyphs. There are activities which include tracing and drawing a symbol, imbibed with machine learning analyzing your designs to see your accurateness.
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