Google Assistant: longer voice configuration for better speech recognition

Google Assistant: longer voice configuration for better speech recognition

Google has started to implement an update to the voice matching setting for Google Assistant in order to improve voice identification.

With the new configuration method, users should experience one greater accuracy of Google Assistant in identifying who is speaking and all this will depend on the initial configuration. At the moment, when trying to set up the Google Assistant Voice matching feature all you have to do is repeat the words “Ok Google”.

To increase accuracy, the configuration of voice correspondence now includes additional steps: there will always be to say “Ok Google” three or four times but the installer will still ask users to continue with a command like “Ok Google, play my training playlist.”

The idea behind these commands after the hotword (which is how you would normally interact with Google Assistant) is to help identify the user better.

To make Assistant even more useful, Google is also introducing users to one new sensitivity function in order to increasingly avoid the incorrect activation of listening.

Google Assistant: longer voice configuration for better speech recognition

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