The good news: ili, the world's first wearable translator, has been invented and will be available for purchase this summer. The bad news: the commercial for this translator is just a guy harassing, generally annoying, and even chasing unsuspecting Japanese women.
From an actual (imagined) transcript of the creative team's advertising pitch meeting: "Ok, we've got a great portable tool that enables immediate communication between people who speak different languages. We could market it by showing all the good and wonderful things it can do, the doors it could open and the problems it could potentially solve. Or—hear me out—we could just get a guy to try to kiss some chicks he doesn't know."
This first generation of ili only translates English, Chinese, and Japanese conversations, but future models promise French, Thai, Korean, Spanish, Italian, and Arabic. So don't worry, soon men will have the ability to harass women in virtually every language!