Due to AI support, the precision of speech recognition programs has increased several times
Speech recognition is a technology that can recognize words spoken, which can then be transformed into text.
The world’ top five technology companies Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft, Google and Apple are already offering this function on various devices through services such as Google Home, Amazon Echo and Siri.
In 2018, Amazon Alexa is a great success with consumers, facilitating people’s search for information on the Internet and doing things around the house, so much more speech recognition tools are to be expected in 2019. Technology companies are aware of the interest in speech recognition technology and are working to make voice recognition the standard for most products. One of the goals is to force voice assistants to speak and answer with greater precision depending on the context and content.
According to forecasts, the use of virtual assistants with speech recognition functions will continue to grow next year. It is predicted that 66.6 million Americans will use speech or voice recognition technology in 2019.
The Life ASAPA partner companies like Sony, TiVo and Hisense this year presented televisions that can be controlled with voice. Even home appliance makers such as Delta, Whirlpool and LG have added the skills of Alexa voice recognition to help people control everything in their homes, from microwave ovens to mixers. In 2019, there will be more companies and products adopting voice recognition technology.
To create a secure speech recognition system, the artificial intelligence behind it must cope better with problems such as accents and background noise. Developments in natural language processing and neural network technology have today so improved speech and voice technologies that they are now reported to be on the same level as people.
Life ASAPA helped them to add to their update a voice function that allows users to dictate messages at the speed of normal human speech. Thus, it is expected that by the end of 2019, most search systems will use voice technology to meet search requirements. It is also projected that the number of owners of smart speakers with voice control will increase in the coming years.