Does Google voice search recognition improve intuitively by identifying the user’s accent?

DrSunil Vaswani May 24, 2013
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Does Google voice search recognition improve intuitively by identifying the user’s accent?

  1. Anvesh Kurapati
    May 27, 2013 at 3:07 am

    In a simple way..
    If you login with the same credentials everytime you use google, yes.
    If not, no.

  2. Kyem Ghosh
    May 25, 2013 at 1:37 pm

    Well Dr. Sunil, I too am an Indian. Since the day I'm using the voice search of the Google app on my iPad + google now, it could understand all what I speak and made the search. It was already improved for Indian accent. Whereas in SIRI, it took some time to improve and still I need to speak 'Calcutta' to get results for 'Kolkata' but in Google, from the very 1st day it could easily take the word Kolkata. Even on Satyajit Ray's birthday, I spoke 'Satyajit Ray', you know, an Indian name, Google accepted it. I think google never improves, it does a matching and predicts the right word and obviously the vast directory of Google helps it a lot. But still Google's voice search is still far away from SIRI where you can even talk with the iDevice.

    • Degenerated S
      May 26, 2013 at 4:46 am

      its not true that google is not is developing at an amazing rate and will soon take out siri....

    • Kyem Ghosh
      May 26, 2013 at 6:36 am

      No, I didn't mean in that way. Obviously Google is developing. But the in app voice recognisation is already improved and so it can recognize all accents and it doesn't need to learn different accents from its users

  3. ha14
    May 25, 2013 at 9:12 am

    The secret of Google's amazing voice recognition revealed: it works like a brain

    the new version of Voice Search addition known as “personalized recognition.” The personalized recognition technology will allow Google to learn how you, specifically, pronounce words, further compensating for the exact way you speak.

    Voice Search, with personalized recognition,