There are various ways to control the technology surrounding us. Most prominent right now is either touch or a remote. However, voice commands are also slowly gaining prevalence as it is an easy and intuitive way to get answers for your query, ask smart devices to perform a task and more. The tech, however, is still being perfected and to advance it a bit further, Google has built a new light-weight system called VoiceFilter Lite.
VoiceFilter-Lite: Small size, big improvements
Google uses voice recognition in numerous applications such as Google Maps, Assistant, Translate and others. These apps use the VoiceFilter system, which was released back in 2018. This system is touted to be notable in achieving a better source to distortion ratio (SDR), which helps recognise voice efficiently, over conventional approaches. While the model works, it works on the cloud as it is restricted by a device’s hardware limitations.