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Google Voice service claims that 49 percent fewer mistakes in transcription
Google has improved its speech recognition technology, allowing voice messages recorded in the Voice service with 49 percent to be converted more accuracy. With this, the company wants to help users who are faced with poorly intelligible voice mails.
Google Voice On his blog explains how Google has improved its voice recognition service. Based on voicemail messages that are provided by Google Voice users are adapted algorithms. Thereby to voicemails in which the person leaving a message is too poorly understood, are converted to text with greater accuracy. According to the Internet giant errors in transcriptions has decreased by almost half.
According to Google, it is a great improvement, but there will also be more innovations in order to further heighten the accuracy in the future. Moreover, the improvements in speech recognition are also in Project Fi Googles telecom service still by invitation only to use.
Voice has been available for years but since last year integrated into the chat application Hangouts. This makes it possible with the app to call phone numbers, including the Netherlands.Viewing:-126
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