Google Translate is Opening New Doors for Escorts

An escort is likely to meet all sorts of different people in their jobs, people from many different walks of life with countless different interests and preferences. Such is the variety of people that an escort is likely to meet, they can’t be sure of just what to expect when meeting with a new client. Experiences can vary greatly from client to client and one day can be very different from the next.

There is one thing that usually stays the same though no matter which client an escort may be meeting, and that is language. London escorts will usually expect their client to be able to speak English. Thanks to recent technological advances however, even that could be about to change.

Online Translators

A non-English speaking client could ask for a translator to join the couple to help conversation, but that would be very awkward. Having a 3rd party at your table waiting to translate everything you say as you eat your meal would be quite uncomfortable, or just plain weird. Not to mention the fact that any chance of a private discussion is pretty much zero. Having a translator present could also make it obvious that the client is with an escort, and for obvious reasons discretion is usually paramount.

The language barrier can now be overcome though, at least partly, thanks to online translators. All it takes is a smart-phone and a Wi-Fi connection and Google translate is readily and freely available to everybody. Google translate is even available to translate from voice providing an instant translation helping two people that don’t share a common language to hold a conversation perhaps as best as possible.

While using an electronic translator may be a far from perfect solution, it is still a solution, and one that could really help people to communicate effectively with each other.

Breaking Down Barriers

Just because two people may not share the same language that does not mean to say that they don’t have a lot in common. Some of the best clients may not be able to speak English so breaking down the language barrier could help an escort to not only expand, but also improve their client base which would help to improve their career prospects considerably.

Some London escorts have found that some of their best clients are not English speakers yet they still get to have an enjoyable evening together thanks to Google translate and other similar online resources. It is not even necessary to have an internet connection as some translators are able to give translations from the memory built into the device.

An Improving Technology

There is still a lot of work to do with the technology but for now at least it is helping people to communicate when they may have had no chance to do so otherwise.

Having some assistance in at least overcoming the basics can help people to begin learning a new language for themselves, helping them to become less reliant on translators as time goes by. For now at least, it is helping some London escorts to offer their services to clients that might previously have not been considered.


September 2, 2016

How Google Translate is helping to bring the World Together

There used to be a time when the only way we could communicate with people a long way away was by mail. It could literally take weeks for a simple message to arrive and by the time it did, it was often already outdated. Then along came the telegram, and then the telephone. They made instant communication over long distance a possibility and once the technology advanced enough, we could literally speak to people on the other side of the world.

The jet engine made long distance travel quicker and more affordable while the internet made communicating over very long distance even easier again. The world has effectively become a smaller place because it is now as easy to speak with somebody thousands of miles away as it is speaking with your neighbour.

There is a problem though. While we are able to speak to each other with ease that does not necessarily mean that we are able to understand each other. There are thousands of different languages across the planet and if you and the person you wish to speak with don’t share at least one of them, then communication can be all but impossible.

Electronic Mail

While standard, hand delivered mail is used a great deal less than it used to be, the newer, electronic variety is used very much all over the world. Email allows us to send messages instantly to other people anywhere on the planet and they are able to respond just as quickly, allowing for a conversation in real time. You had might as well be sat right next to the person passing messages to each other, only email messaging would be more efficient as it is easier to type quickly than it is to write quickly.


The language barrier still exists, but it is a barrier that is crumbling thanks mainly to Google translate and other similar translators. All you need to do is to copy the foreign jibberish that you don’t understand, paste it into google translate and hey presto: You have an instant translation.

A Work in Progress

While translations from Google translate do help you to at least get the gist of the message, it is far from perfect. Languages are very complex with often contradictory rules and packed with nuances. So far we have not been able to develop an algorithm that is able to translate with complete accuracy, but we are getting there. At least for now though we are able to get a general idea of what the other person is saying, even if it does appear to be in child’s language at times.

Once we have finally managed to perfect automatic written translations, you can be sure that we will not stop there. Many futuristic movies have depicted tiny translators that clip onto your ear and give an instant, real-time translation so you can understand with ease.

These machines may well be reality at some point in the future. The technology is already in development and online resources are available that offer voice instant translations. While there is still a lot of work to be done on the technology, it may not be too long before you can go away on holiday and not have to worry about understanding the local language.

August 24, 2016