In a world where we can translate any text with a single mouse click, it seems odd to invest in a translation system on paper, but that's what they have presented in Xerox: a translation system that integrates your printers to create translated copies of the document you want.
Operation is simple: we insert a document into the printer, specify the language of origin and destination, and press the button to get a translated copy of that paper. Xerox is responsible for conducting the identification of text and provide automatic translation service.
On their website we can see that there are other options for those who need a more accurate translation, with review of people who will then check that the result is perfect and that charged for word an amount that depends on the document in question, check out the presentation video of Xerox Translator Service below.
It is an original initiative, no doubt, but seems to be most useful in companies that are not accustomed to perform the translation process and OCR of "traditional" way, using Google Translate, for example.