According to reports, Google Assistant will get a new customized speech recognition function to better recognize a user’s voice. According to a recent report, a few hidden strings of code have been uncovered in recent editions of the Google app, implying that Google Assistant is working on better identification of users’ frequently used terms and names. Personalized voice recognition could show up in Google Assistant settings, with a description claiming that the capability will save audio recordings on the device to help the assistant improve. According to reports, the audio will remain on the device and can be removed at any time by turning off the feature.
According to 9to5Google, Google is planning to offer a new function called personalized speech recognition to the popular Android digital assistant. The new functionality will help Google Assistant recognize users’ voices more accurately and remember frequently used words, names, and other information. This feature enables users to save audio recordings on their phone to aid in the recognition of what they say to the Google Assistant.
The future feature appears to extend machine learning gains beyond “Hey Google,” particularly in relation to the names used by the user’s voice for messaging contacts and their frequently spoken terms according to the statement. This functionality will most likely allow for more advanced command and contact name recognition. However, there is currently no estimated deployment date for this functionality.
Users will also be able to disable the feature and remove any stored voice data on their phone, according to Google. Until the feature is turned off, the audio files will remain on the device.
Meanwhile, as per the article, if a user disables the feature, the assistant will be less accurate at distinguishing names and other commonly spoken terms. This device will be cleared of all audio that is utilized to improve speech recognition