Google Improves Voice Recognition

Tuesday Dec 14th 2010 by Staff

New Android app can be trained to recognize a user's voice.

San Jose Mercury News: Today, Google will unveil a new Android app that will improve smartphones' ability to recognize what their owners are saying. That will make it easier for people to use voice commands to search the Internet, send e-mail and perform other tasks from their Android phones. "A lot of the world's information is spoken, and if Google's mission is to organize the world's information, it needs to include the world's spoken information," said Google's Mike Cohen.

According to the company, 25 percent of searches from Android phones are done by voice.

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