Google Listens Faster, More Effectively With Improved ‘Deep Learning’ Neural Technology

Google has announced a significant improvement to its its deep neural network technology that allows its Now voice assistant to perform 300 to 500 milliseconds faster. By Chris Loterina | Sep 25, 2015 08:35 AM EDT The newly improved technology that powers Google Now is said to work even better in noisy environments. (Photo : Twitter/Microminder) In the battle of personal assistants embedded in today’s mobile devices, it seems that Google, with its Now voice assistant, is pulling significantly ahead of its rivals: Apple’s Siri and Microsoft’s Cortana. This can be attributed to the unparalleled voice algorithm that the search giant has developed through the years, which was highlighted in an announcement that the Google Speech Team posted at Google’s blog Thursday. The latest development in the way Google Now users…


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