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Intel is developing its own Siri
When Apple first introduced Siri, startled the world of technology – and many people said, “Well, finally we will live in a science fiction future where our small pocket robots will do all the work for us , and we will shout at them. ” Siri was in practice with every bag. Now Intel is working on its own version of Siri, but avoids the use of the cloud, because it will make the product much better.
Voice recognition system has come a long way from the days when used incoherently type ViaVoice from IBM; now (if we do not, at least over the hill) you can say a few words to his computer in his pocket and he will buy a couple of games. If you have Xbox One, you can sit on the couch in the dust from the eaten chips and ordering its console include night basketball or download three seasons “Arrow” from Netflix, even without touching the joystick. When voice recognition system works, it’s incredibly practical. However, when it does not work (and it happens often), you start yelling at an inanimate object, wasting time, instead of just clicking a couple of buttons that never failed. Siri, in principle, works well. But Intel believes that Siri could work better, and it is not associated with the expansion of vocabulary and polyglot.
With Jarvis, the new headset, which is designed and named after the butler Iron Man, Intel plans to remove a cloud from the equation, reducing the time required for a speech recognition system to understand that your vague team. Basic voice recognition platform work so that compress your voice command and sent to the central server. Computers on these servers translate the voice command in the text or command, and then sent back to the device. Obviously, this process can be incredibly slow due to external factors that are not always possible to check, for example, the speed of your Internet connection. Doing everything possible to keep the processing on the client side, Intel can reduce the time it takes to send a voice command to the server.
Concluding a partnership with an unnamed third party, Intel has created a wearable device that handles voice commands without any servers. Currently Jarvis is a headset that sits inside your ear and connects to your phone wirelessly. Because of this local interaction Jarvis doing incredible things and works even when your internet has died – what else worth dreaming lovers ride the subway?
More tech-savvy crowd will tell you that even when the voice recognition works flawlessly work with him not as convenient as to press buttons. This is because most of the voice recognizer does not react as fast as you can press the button, even if the sound travels faster than the movement of the fingers. Thus, the goal of an ideal voice recognizer – react immediately after the command, and that is what is going to go Intel.
Currently, Intel is working on selling technology handset manufacturers, where she will be able to express themselves well. Of course, once the issue fast data processing is resolved, the developers still have to develop software that will never understand us wrong and will finish suggestions for us.
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