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Google Listening To Conversations With Assistant

RTTNews Friday, 12 July 2019
Google admitted that its language partners listen to Google Assistant recordings, but said it is only part of their review process in an effort to develop and perfect speech technology for more languages. In a blog post, Google defended its practice of using human language experts to review and transcribe Google Assistant recordings, saying the experts review only about 0.2 percent of the audio.
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