A start-up says its voice recognition tech beats Google and Amazon at reducing racial bias

A start-up says its voice recognition tech beats Google and Amazon at reducing racial bias
  • Cambridge, England-based start-up Speechmatics said its voice recognition system had an overall accuracy rate of 83% for African American voices.
  • That’s higher than Microsoft (73%), Amazon (69%), Google (69%), IBM (62%) and Apple (55%), according to figures from Stanford University.
  • Researchers have become increasingly concerned about bias in the algorithms powering speech recognition services.

A British speech recognition firm says its software performed better than that of major tech companies like Google and Amazon in understanding Black voices.

Read more

 

Soyez le premier à commenter

Laisser un commentaire

Votre adresse de messagerie ne sera pas publiée.


*