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Google squeezed an offline dictation AI into its keyboard app

13/03/2019

Google has updated its Gboard keyboard app for Android with AI-powered dictation that works offline. The company says it’s effectively miniaturized a cloud-based neural network system for speech recognition into an 80MB mobile app update, and that it’ll allow for faster and more reliable dictation on the go....
Google has updated its Gboard keyboard app for Android with AI-powered dictation that works offline. The company says it’s effectively miniaturized a cloud-based neural network system for speech recognition into an 80MB mobile app update, and that it’ll allow for faster and more reliable dictation on the go. That’s big, because it means you don’t need your phone connecting to a server to deliver high-quality speech recognition results – and you also don’t need to have access to a high-speed Wi-Fi network to use the feature. The new system has been in the works since 2014, and it eschews the… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google Google has updated its Gboard keyboard app for Android with AI-powered dictation that works offline. The company says it’s effectively miniaturized a cloud-based neural network system for speech recognition into an 80MB mobile app update, and that it’ll allow for faster and more reliable dictation on the go. That’s big, because it means you don’t need your phone connecting to a server to deliver high-quality speech recognition results – and you also don’t need to have access to a high-speed Wi-Fi network to use the feature. The new system has been in the works since 2014, and it eschews the… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
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