Google launched Project Euphonia this week with this touching video. Google want to create a voice recognition system that works for people who have speech impediments or stutters and they show us how they’re developing the tech in this video.

 

Google show us how they’re using the speech patterns of people with Multiple Sclerosis and other disorders that affect speech, to make their tech smarter. They want the recognition system to still be able to work out what people are trying to say, even if they can’t speak as clearly as someone without any impediment.

How Google Made Their Voice Recognition System Work For Speech-Impaired People image of man with phone

Better still, Google are also looking towards people who can’t speak at all. In this video, we find out how they’re looking to improve the way that people ALS can communicate. Stephen Hawking was probably the most famous person to have the condition and spoke entirely through a computer. Google want to take this tech to the next level and make sure that everyone voices can be heard, no matter their condition.

Voice Recognition|Google|Interviews

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