Google Improved Its A.I. Model For Voice Recognition

Voice recognition is becoming an integral part of current mobile devices as we use it to activate several functions, the voice transforms into text so that it can be sent as a message and the digital assistants use it constantly to answer every question. In 2012, Google changed the Gaussian Mixture Model (GMM) that had been used for over 30 years for a new standard called Deep Neural Networks (DNNs), which provided better results for sounds produced by users at any moment and the accuracy of speech recognition was also improved. Now, Google has announced that they are changing to a new model using a technology called Connectionist Temporal Classification (CTC) and sequence discriminative training techniques. These new models are extensions of a sort of artificial intelligence called recurrent neural…

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