Google Voice has an incredibly useful function that provides you with a transcribed version of your voicemail — but if often gets things wrong. Now, Google is throwing neural networks at the problem to help improve its performance dramatically.
A few weeks ago, I saw a demo of the best messaging system yet. One where SMS and non-SMS messages, all calls, come to all your devices automatically. It only had one major flaw. It’s trapped on an iPhone.
Sure, that other voice-operated phone utility’s been getting a lot of coverage lately, but that doesn’t mean that Google Voice Search doesn’t work at all. In fact, in tests in the middle of Australia and the bottom of the Great Barrier Reef, Google’s shown just how well it can work.