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Bless them and keep your fingers crossed that their soon to be put into use google phone numbers and system will also keep the deaf - and blind - close to the forefront of their collective mind. So many of us miss the relay of old and yet what google will be unveiling will be even better because hearing people will be able to phone us and their messages will be converted to print!
Fabulous work Google. Its great to see automatic first pass voice recognition applied to videos uploaded to YouTube. Although this is being launched under the accessibility umbrella the marketing industry are just waiting for the option to tap into all that rich context based searchable text locked up in that video a user just uploaded.Time will tell who really benefits from this, will it be the end-user or the marketing folks out there or Google or all of them! In any case great work with this new launch.If you are interested in seeing who else is pioneering in this area check out ramp.com (aka everyzing, aka podzinger).RobCheck out my blog: Web 3.0www.gorobmitchell.com
Great! But, which ones are the channels in which you can use automatic translation? And...will this feature be available for everybody? Thanks!!
Fantastic! This will allow communication between people in countries that do not speak the same language! A great way to get to know other people and cultures. Now I'll be able to understand My friends' German & Spanish Videos, and all the other languages I'd never be able to learn on my own! I know translators aren't 100% effective yet but they work well enough to understand the gist of what's being communicated. Its the speech to text part that's tricky to program. But now there will be a good reason to improve that technology too. If people upload the text scripts it should work out pretty well!Thanks Google! :)
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