Hong Kong social media lit up on Friday when protesters noticed Google’s translation software was briefly churning out a rather odd suggestion during a week that has seen the worst political violence to hit the city in decades.
Hong Kongers alarmed by Google translation gaffe
It was not immediately clear what sparked the translation gaffe on Google. (File photo: AFP)
AFP, Hong Kong
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