Adding AI and ML to Speech-to-Text and Language Translations Are Game Changers

on May 15, 2018
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At Google I/O, Sundar Pichai showed off an AI-based technology called Duplex, in which a computer made a call to a restaurant to make a reservation in a natural human voice and interacted directly with a person taking down reservations at a particular eating establishment.

This particular AI announcement got a lot of coverage at Google I/O and given its importance, and the breakthrough in technology it delivered, it deserved to be highlighted as one of the most important announcements coming out of this year’s Google Developers Conf. However, for those of us at the conference, it was clear that the theme of AI and Machine Learning was prevalent in all products and services they showed at the event.

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