Google neural network learned to read lips better person
Google neural network learned to read lips better person

Google neural network learned to read lips better person

Нейросеть Google научилась читать по губам лучше человека (2 фото) A team of researchers from the Google DeepMind division and the University of Oxford jointly developed the WLAS program, which, thanks to the artificial intelligence of the search giant, has learned to read lips better than humans. After watching more than five thousand hours of recordings of television broadcasts BBC-trained neural network algorithm recognizing facial expressions began to realize 46.8% of the words. But only in that case, the training was based on a small video base and 51 unique words. In the case of WLAS for 5000 hours speakers BBC (recording, of course) it was spoken about 110 000 offers using 17,500 unique words. In addition, WLAS can help people with hearing disabilities to communicate with others and understand what was going on TV (while watching the broadcasts, films, shows). 8caa42f5a9df53968033bf99609e44f6

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