Voice recognition is becoming a big part of our lives already. Google assistant, Apple Siri and Amazon Alexa have been going head to head for the lead in the market for voice recognition. As voice recognition and artificial intelligence get better, the possibilities will expand. At the recent Google I/O conference, Google showed off their latest project Google Duplex.
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The Department of homeland security has been working on its own AI system called AUDREY. According to the press release,
“AUDREY is an extendable, integrated platform for transforming multimodal data into contextually relevant insight. AUDREY will connect with sensors the first responder’s personal protective equipment (PPE) and information provided by the Internet of Things (IoT) through a suite of plugin tools, and will intelligently consider the situation of each first responder and extract key information as it pertains to their needs. AUDREY can deliver this advanced situational awareness by seeking out information that is relevant to a given first responder’s immediate situation. One of the key benefits of AUDREY is its ability to sift through vast amounts of data and intelligently use only the most appropriate information and optimally deliver the relevant and actionable knowledge to the end user.”
First responders can use AUDREY to comprehend large amounts of data and reduce data overload issues.
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