Tag: speech recognition

Google open-sources Live Transcribe’s speech engine

Google today open-sourced the speech engine that powers its Android speech recognition transcription tool Live Transcribe. The company hopes doing so will let any developer deliver captions for long-form conversations. The source code is available now on GitHub. Google released Live Transcribe in February. The tool uses machine learning algorithms to turn audio into real-time […]

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Google debuts better transcription, endless streaming, and more in Contact Center AI

Last July, during its Cloud Next conference in San Francisco, Google unveiled Contact Center AI. The machine learning-powered customer support toolkit taps Dialogflow (a conversational experiences development platform) and Cloud Speech-to-Text (a suite of audio-to-text technologies) to interact with callers over the phone. It has been a long time coming, but this week the tech […]

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