Google Translate has some problems.
For example, when you open the tool, select Maori as the language from which Google translates, and type "dog" 16 times in the Translation field. This message appears:
"The Doomsday Clock is three minutes past twelve. We are experiencing characters and dramatic developments in the world."
Enter another dog and this will appear:
"The Doomsday Clock is three to 12. We are experiencing characters and dramatic developments in the world that suggest that we are approaching the end times and the return of Jesus. "[1 9659012] Enter another dog to get the full message
"The Doomsday Clock is three to twelve and we are experiencing signs and dramatic developments in the world that indicate that we are increasingly approaching the end times and Jesus' return.
Hmmm, that's not strange or scary at all.
This glitch, discovered and dubbed on Reddit last year, has a disturbing amount of additional gritty follow-up produced by motherboard.
But why? Well, there are a lot of possible reasons.
Experts told motherboard that the algorithm might try to make gibberish in the box, especially because languages like Maori and Somali have a smaller amount of translated texts. 19659008] Google Translate uses a translation method called Neural Machine Learning, which is based on learning from translated texts. Since the lyrics do not contain gibberish (and most of the translated words and sentences are probably religious texts), experts say that the shaky translations result from machine learning that does not yet understand how to decipher unnatural text strings
Das Problem is not exclusive to Maori, though the bug was originally discovered in the Eastern Polynesian language. Users on Reddit have published media about it, which also occur in Somali, Greek, Khmer, French and a variety of other non-English languages.
Google Translate declined to comment on the article.
It seems that more The more often a word is entered, the deeper and more complex the eerie, prophetic message becomes. Here's an example with the word prophecy:
Here's another, with spaces between every two letters with "What's your name Robotman? " and "when can i meet you":
And, um, a few more freaky ones we found below – happy google Translate