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Google Preparing the Virtual Brain Technology for Better Voice Recognition System

Posted on the 26 October 2012 by Hpmurah2u @hpmurah2u
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The engineers at Google have done the work to create a software that simulates the connected cells in the human brain that are independently capable of communicating with each other and learn without the need for input from human users. Virtual brain will now be prepared to make Google products more intelligent, with the introduction of sound to be the first service to benefit from these technologies.
Vincent Vanhoucke, Google's voice recognition system developer, said that the virtual brain technology has resulted in 20 to 25 percent improvement in the ability of voice recognition software to identify words correctly. Site Technology Review speculated that the products will come from Google as a car that runs itself and glasses-based augmented reality technology will benefit from the virtual brain in the future.
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