Restaurant In India Has Robots That Can Take Orders

One day robots may replace all of us. In fact, over in New Delhi, India, some jobs are already being replaced, but this one could be a first in India. A restaurant has rolled out a pair of robots named Champa and Chameli who take orders and serve customers. The owner of the restaurant, Basa, […]

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Mozilla free VPN via Firefox Private Network

Mozilla has announce a new free VPN they have created which is now available for free for a limited time in the US only. This Private Network beta release is currently free and available to Firefox for desktop users in the United States and offers the protect of a free VPN while you are connected […]

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BILL-E robot structure building robot

In the future our aircraft, buildings and homes may be built by robots similar to the prototype structure building robot BILL-E, created by graduate student Benjamin Jenett, working with Professor Neil Gershenfeld in MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms (CBA). NASA collaborated on the robotic project and one of the companies that provided financial support […]

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O2 5G network launched in the UK

UK mobile carrier O2 has announced the launch of its 5G network in the UK, the network is launching in a range of UK cities. The cities that get 5G from O2 at launch include London, Cardiff, Belfast, Edinburgh, Slow and Leeds, the company has said it will reach around 20 towns and cities in […]

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Netflix reports revenue of $5.2 billion in Q3

Netflix has announced its financial results for Q3 of 2019, the company had revenue of $5.2 billion, this has increased 31% over the previous year. The company also announced that it now has 158 million paid subscribers this is up 21% on the previous year. In Q3’19, average streaming paid memberships and ARPU grew 22% […]

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Google Recorder Transcribes Speeches to Text Efficiently

Requiring interpreters and translators at meetings and conferences can soon be a thing of the past thanks to Google Recorder. Google launched Recorder, a voice recorder app yesterday that has already garnered rave reviews. Currently, Recorder is available only for Android devices. The application uses AI, speech recognition and real-time speech processing to transcribe recordings in real-time. Surprisingly, the application works even when there is no internet connection. Currently, it is only available for Android devices but may soon be available for iOS devices as well. 

Who needs this application?

If you are a college student or someone who often attends meetings, you can simply use your cellphone to transcribe what is being spoken in real time. Most importantly, if you are not allowed to use your cellphone during these events, you can use the application in airplane mode as well. The application will prove to be useful to corporate employees and students. Professionals such as doctors’ assistants, journalists, and PR professionals will find it helpful too. Sabrina Ellis, VP of Google’s Product Management, added that the application could be used for anything that you might want to save. 

How does Google Recorder work?

During an event, Google unveiled the Recorder app and demonstrated how it works. The error-free transcription impressed most of the attendees. It must be noted that the application was demonstrated while the device was hooked up directly to an audio source. If the application must transcribe speeches in noisier environments or when it is used as a tabletop, it may not work perfectly. Some of the cooler features of the application include the following:

  • You can use the app to search sounds, phrases and words
  • One can go to specific parts of a recording by entering keywords in the search bar
  • The application is currently available in English but Google plans to launch other language services too
  • The application does not require an active internet connection
  • Artificial technology ensures smooth transcription and speech-to-text capabilities.

One may have to wait for improvements

Certainly, Google Recorder is a great app that will be of immense use to a wide range of professionals and students. One can easily transcribe what is being spoken without having to take notes. In addition, the application works in airplane mode. This means one does not have to worry too much about restrictions placed on cellphone use. Unfortunately, the application is currently available only on Android devices. It is not clear when iOS device users will be able to use it. In addition, the applications need improvements and the coming months may see associated updates. 

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Google announces new Nest Aware plans

Previously if you had a number of Nest Cameras it could be expensive, Google would charge around $5 per camera, this is now changing an there will now we two different plans. You will now pay a fee for the whole account not each camera and the two plans will either cost $6 a month […]

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New Google Nest Mini gets official

We have already seen a range of new products from Google and now we have the new Google Nest Mini. The Google Nest Mini comes in a choice of colors that include black, gray, coral and bluew and it launches on the 22nd of October. Nest Mini has the same iconic design as the original […]

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New Google Pixel Buds headphones unveiled (Video)

As well as the new Google Pixel 4 smartphone Google also added some other new devices to their Pixel range, this includes the new Google Pixel Buds The new Google Pixel Buds 2wont go on sale until the spring of next years and they will retail for $179 when they launch.  Pixel Buds have […]

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Apple has renewed some of its new Apple TV+ shows for second seasons already

Apple will be launching its new apple TV+ streaming service on the first of November, it will feature a range of content that Apple has developed itself. This included the new ‘See’ show staring Jason Mamoa and the new The Morning Show, plus For all Mankind and others. Apple has apparently already renewed some of […]

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