… as in “has a way to go”- there are many more such difficulties in natural language for machine translation.
These sample screenshots from a recent demo show a lot of them in a nutshell.
You can probably sense that something is wrong with this company representative’s smile,
even if you do not speak German. If you do:
… as in “NOT!” (Don’t forget, though, that there is an initial speech recognition layer in this demo which seems to have become almost transparent as a technology now? See Gartner’s hype cycle of 2014.)
“ARACHNE is the free [account creation required] object database of DAI and the Institut of Classical Archaeology in Cologne. It provides more than 1 Million images of finds, architecture and excavations with meta information as well as digitised historical literature” (http://www.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/Services/Online-Services: Find more information and help on this page). Example of Advanced Search start choice page:
Continue with Einzelmotive (singular motifs) (gets you back into an English interface also – the field-specific explanation on the right certainly helps):
There is auto-search completion/suggestion, however, it seems to work only for German, and very eclectic:
Beats having to plaster your surroundings with photos for making your own panoramas.
How things have changed in Windows 8:
However, if you remember Windows 3.1, plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.