Google Assistant has now got a new feature to recognize your voice as Google Assistant is now working on a personalized speech recognition characteristic.
As per the 9to5Google tool, the tool will enable the Google Assistant to become “the better recognizer of your words and names.” The “Personalized speech recognition” feature can now be seen in Google Assistant settings.
The audio is saved on the device and can be deleted at any time by turning off the personalized speech recognition.
The upcoming feature seems to make an expansion of AT, and ML-based improvements beyond “Hey Google” to your actual Assistant commands; the names and frequently spoken words are given more preference.
The date for the launch is not yet revealed by the company.
The advanced recognition of commands and contact names is supported by the voice recognition feature.
Google owes privacy concerns; Google offers an option to its users in the settings tab to choose personalized speech recognition if they don’t want their voice to be saved in the database.
A warning alert is also given by the virtual assistant software application to its users when they need to change their password and can even help them change it.
Google mentioned that the new experience would roll out gradually, but it is seen that more than a handful of users have begun to utilize the feature on their devices.