The status quo of voice recognition apps in China
Unsurprisingly, the learning curve of natural-language processing apps depends on the number of users. The more people that speak to the AI, the larger the data set is from which it can generate appropriate answers. In China, 500 million users feed the iFlytek Input app with their vocabulary, and have been doing so since 2010. The app takes the spoken words and converts them into text, even in a different language, if desired. All this has led to iFlytek becoming an essential tool in both business and private lives in China, but the interesting thing is: the company shares its progress. Similar to Hanson Robotics' SingularityNET model, developers can access the algorithms of the Chinese tech company through the cloud-based iFlytek Open Platform archive.
Congratulations to iFlytek for its success in the development of natural-language processing systems!
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