Artificial Intelligence Meet Language as Technology Advances in Translation Tools

  • Metha Alifa S English Literature Study Program, Faculty of Cultural Science, Universitas Komputer Indonesia, Indonesia
  • Annisa Ghaisani Dzatil Hidayah English Literature Study Program, Faculty of Cultural Science, Universitas Komputer Indonesia, Indonesia
  • Rahmadsyah Aditya English Literature Study Program, Faculty of Cultural Science, Universitas Komputer Indonesia, Indonesia
  • Marwito Wihadi English Education Study Program, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Universitas Kuningan, Indonesia
Keywords: AI, Artificial Intelligence, Language, Translation Tools


AI is a technology emulating the intellectual capabilities of the human brain, including the ability to communicate using specific languages. This study was aimed at exploring how the initial concept and development of AI and language can transform into a tool aiding humans in acquiring extensive knowledge, similar to current technology. To achieve this, the authors conducted a Narrative Review and Literature Study. The results of the study's Google Form survey on Artificial Intelligence showed that 89.5% of the respondents were aware of AI, while 10.5% of them were not. Additionally, 78.9% of the respondents preferred Google Translate as a translation tool, while 21.1% of them preferred UDictionary. Subsequently, 52.6% of the respondents frequently used the Translation Tool, whereas 47.4% of them rarely used it. Moreover, 15.8% of the respondents assumed a supplementary assumption of 50%, while 5.3%of them believed that 60% and 30% constituted the conclusion derived from the writings and surveys about the Artificial Intelligence Meet Language as Technology Advance in Translation Tools. It is concluded that the Translator Tool belongs to the category of AI machines, and AI translation results behave more like human translators than bilingual dictionaries


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How to Cite
Alifa S, M., Dzatil Hidayah, A. G., Aditya, R., & Wihadi, M. (2021). Artificial Intelligence Meet Language as Technology Advances in Translation Tools. International Journal of Computer in Humanities, 1, 51-58. Retrieved from