The blend of Voice Recognition and Artificial Intelligence can help in solving crime cases

Let me begin it with one very practical example I found in the news. Researchers at the University of East Anglia are working on the visual speech recognition technology that could help in solving crimes and provide communication assistant for people with hearing and speech impairments.

Conversational User Interface

Conversational User Interface (CUI) with verbal interaction is the core of the latest AI development. So far many applications or products are simply “Mechanical Turks, which pretend to be fully automatized, but there is already a hidden operator who does most of the things, such as taking inputs from users and commanding the machine to perform certain operations. Here speech recognition can play an important role.

AI’s subset, Machine Learning can make bots do better with voice recognition

Organizations around the world are advancing themselves by adopting AI and ML powered chatbots to answer customers’ queries with the relevant information. But the next wave of chatbots will have enhanced real-time data analytics and automation capabilities to engage customers and reply them for their queries using with the use of voice.

Infusing AI in picking a single voice out of a crowd

It has been challenging for a voice-activated assistant to listen to a single sound in a crowd where several people are speaking at once. Devices like Amazon’s Alexa and Google Home are designed to deal with requests from a lone person, but they cannot accurately pick the voice of a particular person from a crowd and respond to his queries.

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