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Thursday, December 16, 2010

Google’s mobile Voice Search starts to recognise the way you speak

Google’s Voice Search service (available on Android, iPhone, BlackBerry and Nokia S60 devices) is now offering personalised speech recognition.

The original service, launched two years ago, was designed to recognise a wide range of variations in pitch, pace and accent. However, there’s now an opt-in choice that allows users to ‘train’ the service with personal preferences. This will increase accuracy as the service is used.

Personalised recognition is currently only available for English-speaking Android users in the USA, although Google intends to support other countries and languages in the near future.

[Google Mobile blog]

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