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Twitterati Tickles Over Google's Hilarious English To Hindi Translation

Google's hilarious translation of -unworried- to -avaivahit- (unmarried) goes viral on social media.
Twitterati Tickles Over Google's Hilarious English To Hindi Translation
Google's translation of "unworried" to "avaivahit" (unmarried) quickly became a viral meme

Google translation is known to tickle the bones of netizens every now and then, unknowingly. In the recent episode of Google's hilarious English to Hindi translations, the software translated “unworried” to “avaivahit”, which means ‘unmarried' in Hindi.

The incorrect translation was first pointed out by Mahesh Murthy, the popular Indian investor and marketer. Murthy tweeted about the glitch by posting a screenshot of the same on Twitter and pointed out that “Google probably needs Hindi-speaking linguists and AI/ML engineers :-)”.

The hilarious translation quickly caught the attention of netizens and brought a dose of laughter to users across social media platforms. Some users candidly joked that Artificial Intelligence has finally become “intelligent enough” to understand the truth.

However, as the meme caught up, Google has finally taken down the translation and has corrected it to ”nishchint”.

Check below some of the hilarious responses-

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A multi-media journalist and writer, Vaibhavi views the world as one big piece of poetry. Time and again she tries to capture this poetry through words, as well as, the lens. She loves to explore the depth of human psyche, philosophy, cultures, and oceans! Carrying forward this quest for exploration she reports on various beats ranging from tourism, culture, art, social issues, business, market trends, science and environment to technology. For her, the life mantra can be summarised with the catchphrases, “Hakuna Matata” and “Carpe Diem”.