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This article discusses Google Ready to intro personal voice recognition feature. Searching for things on Google by voice or voice is nothing new, but there are rumors that Google will soon introduce a personal voice recognition feature.
Google Ready to intro personal voice recognition feature
Yes, there is news that Google is working on a feature to recognize the personal voice or speech of any person by improving their app ‘Google Assistant’ or also what we call ‘HiGoogle’.
According to a report by Nine to Five Google, the feature will initially store the user’s voice or speech as data, and Google’s artificial intelligence system will begin the task of recognizing the voice.
The ‘Google Assistant’ will split the user’s words into different parts and artificial intelligence will also find out which person speaks more words and phrases and then in the future. Google Now will also tell the name of the speaker after listening to incoming voice messages from any user under other apps.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
According to reports, the feature will only work on each user’s phone when the user changes the setting to ‘Google Assistant’ or ‘Hi Google’ to allow the system to record their voice.
Once authorized, Google’s system will record and store all conversations of any user possibly speaking in front of a mobile phone, and the user will also be given the right to delete all his data if he wishes.
Google’s feature is expected to face Globally criticism due to privacy issues.
Teach Google Assistant to recognize your voice with Voice Match
When you turn on Voice Match, you can teach Google Assistant to recognize your voice so it can verify who you are before it gives you personal results. You can turn on Voice Match for a home or specific Assistant-enabled devices, like a speaker, Smart Display, or Smart Clock. Up to 6 people can turn on Voice Match for one home in the Google Home app.
Learn more about Voice Match and personal results.
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