Teaching Google to understand people with Down syndrome, one voice at a time.

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This is amazing! Google is making their voice-recognition technology more inclusive for people with speech difficulties.

“The future is voice-first, but not for everyone. Because of their unique speech patterns, voice technology doesn’t always understand people with Down syndrome. Project Understood is ensuring the future of voice technology includes people with Down syndrome.

The Canadian Down Syndrome Society is working with Google to collect voice samples from the adult Down syndrome community to create a database that can help train Google’s technology to better understand people with Down syndrome. The more voice samples we have, the more likely Google will be able to eventually improve speech recognition for everyone. […]”

>>>>>> https://projectunderstood.ca/

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