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In a blog post, the company said the Project Relate app for Android is now inviting an “initial group of people” to test the product, and the app is also designed to help make it easier to interact with Google Assistant.
“We realized that our speech recognition technology could be improved to help people with speech disabilities understand better,” Julie Katiao, product manager at Google Research, said during an [email protected] virtual event on Tuesday. Good for people with atypical speech because the algorithms have not been trained on samples of their speech.”
So Google decided to create an app that would be “customized training in individuals’ unique speech patterns,” Katiao says. To get started, users record a set of phrases so the app can learn how they speak. Next, Google uses speech data to personalize the technology and help users carry out commands.
Relate has three main features: listen, it transcribes what someone is saying in real time, allowing them to send what they said as text, copy and paste it into other apps or let people read what they say, repeat what someone says in clear computerized voice, and hopefully It makes face-to-face interactions smoother, and finally, the assistant connects to the Google Assistant to perform commands like “take a selfie,” “turn off the lights,” or “play music.”
Google is looking for English-speaking testers in the US, Australia, Canada and New Zealand to try the app and provide feedback. Early Project Relate testers will be asked to record some phrases, which the app will then use to better understand their unique speech patterns. Then, they will be given access to the Listen, Repeat, and Assistant features. Anyone interested in testing Project Relate can fill out a form at g.co/ProjectRelate, and Google says the team will respond “in the coming months.”
Project Relate is part of Google’s ongoing effort to make technology more accessible to people with disabilities. Other apps and features the company has launched in recent years include Live Transcribe, which provides real-time speech-to-text transcription for people who are deaf or hard of hearing, and Lookout, which helps People who are blind or have low vision can recognize food labels, identify objects in the room, and scan documents and coins.
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