REPORT: Google Is Listening: Will be Able to Single Out Voices from Crowd (video)


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Google is developing a new deep learning system that can pick out a single voice from a crowd of people — here is how the technology works.

TechTimes reports that Google is reportedly working on a new deep learning system that will be capable of singling out one person’s voice amongst a crowd of people. The system does this by analyzing users faces when they’re talking. Researchers first trained the system to recognize the voice of a single individual voice talking, this gave the system a base noise to focus on. They then added virtual noises mimicking a crowd, all playing at the same time, to teach the system to separate multiple audio tracks into different parts so it could learn to differentiate between each sound.

It is important to note that the article goes on to state the following:

In a video posted to YouTube, the deep learning system can be seen analyzing the speech of two comedians and differentiating between the two, even when their voices overlap:

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