Google Assistant Helps In Recognizing Unique Names
The new update of Google assistant helps in recognizing unique names. With the help of a new update, the Google voice command assistant will be able to recognize speech and pronounce names. The new update has enhanced the feature of Google assistant. Google assistant will now remember the names pronounced by its users. Google Assistant will use its Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers (BERT) technology to better remember and pronounce names. Currently, the update of Google Assistant will be available in the US.
Moreover, the new feature will only focus on the English language and its names. However, the search engine giant plans to roll out its new update in more languages and other countries too soon. Now, this new feature or update is only available on Google smart speakers. Google will now allow its users to teach the Assistant to better recognize names. The users will be able to teach the Assistant to remember the unique names and their pronunciations for future use.
Additionally, the new update will also understand incomplete queries like what you are looking for in your smartphone? etc. according to Google.
For instance, if you want to make a call from your contacts list; you ask the Assistant for making a call of a unique name and the Assistant is not recognizing the name. This will make you angry. Due to this, Google has updated the Assistant for your convenience.
Google announced this update in its blog post. According to Google, its goal is to make the Assistant more user-friendly. The company claimed that the Assistant will listen to the pronunciations of speeches from its users and remember them for the future. Interestingly, Google Assistant will not record the voice of its users while remembering the names. According to Google, they have still more work to be done in the Artificial Intelligence (AI) conversational field.