Universal Language Translator
Bio-synthetic circuitry which is directly connected to the language centers of the brain. The unit acts as a co-processor for language data allowing the brain to make connections between words it already knows and words in the language bank of the implant. The brain then benefits from learning models as the implant gets used more, it forms memory pathways on its own.
There is limited space on the implant, most often there is a basic most common language database in most implants. Other implants have expanded memory for a more comprehensive language library. The most advanced units apply a slightly smaller local database with a transceiver assembly to dynamically load languages as needed, storing the most frequently used languages.