Think your translator is cutting corners? Try the machine translation detector…
It’s called the http://www.translatordetector.com/.
To use it, you input your source text and target text and then it tells you the probability of each of the three MT engines being the culprit.
How does it know this? Simple. Behind the scenes it takes the source text and runs it through the three MT engines and then compares the output to your target text. So the caveat here is that this tool only compares against those three MT engines.
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