University Research Program for Google Translate
The University Research Program for Google Translate provides researchers, in the field of automatic machine translation, tools to help compare and contrast with, and build on top of, Google's statistical machine translation system.
Participation in the program will allow researchers programmatic access to Google's translation service with quota for the Google Translate API.
This research program is being made available to members of the academic community. Each applicant must review and adhere to the full terms, which include the following restrictions:
- The research program is for research purposes only. Commercial use is strictly forbidden.
- Participants may submit no more than 100,000 translation requests per day. If your project requires more daily throughput, let us know in your proposal and we'll do our best to accommodate you.
- Publications presenting research that was done using resources provided by this program must include attribution to Google for providing those resources.
- The program may be used only by registered researchers and their teams, and access may not be shared with others.
Before registering for the Google Translate research program, you must read and agree to the full Translate API Terms, as well as the above restrictions.
If you are interested in participating, we'd love to hear from you. Please take a moment to submit a proposal, briefly describing the project or type of projects you intend to work on.
Once you've become a registered participant of the University Research Program for Google Translate, we encourage you to check out the Translate API Getting Started Guide.