Google’s Search Research

In depth interview with Google’s VP of Search Products gives a lot of insight into how Google is taking care of their bread and butter.

Google wants your phonemes | InfoWorld | News | 2007-10-23 | By Juan Carlos Perez, IDG News Service

The speech recognition experts that we have say: If you want us to build a really robust speech model, we need a lot of phonemes, which is a syllable as spoken by a particular voice with a particular intonation. So we need a lot of people talking, saying things so that we can ultimately train off of that. … So 1-800-GOOG-411 is about that: Getting a bunch of different speech samples so that when you call up or we’re trying to get the voice out of video, we can do it with high accuracy.

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