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Google programs pronounce and are now able to comprehend colloquialisms and Australian place names

Google has released a variant of the geographic tune of Geoff Mack I Have Been to show that their mobile search program is now able to comprehend and pronounce colloquialisms and Australian place names.

The tune, composed in 1959, has four poetry listing Australian place names including Tuggerawong, Cunnamulla, Murwillumbah and Indooroopilly.

Google’s upgrade, released for maps and the search program, follows after an Australian accent was introduced to the voice of the program in the previous week.

“Folks are beginning to speak with their cellular devices more often – in fact, cellular telephone voice searches have more than doubled in the last year alone,” a Google representative said.

The voice recognition of Google has also added several Australian colloquialisms, including drop bear, and footy, servo, Brissy as good as business names Maccas and Woolies.

American firm Google, which started as an internet search engine and handles a package of mobile and on-line applications including the Android operating system for smartphones, has an extensive history in Australia.

In 2004, they bought a mapping firm called Where -based Jens Rasmussen and brothers Lars, who has moved from the Silicon Valley in California.

Google was joined by the brothers but remained in Australia to turn their applications into Google Maps.

by admin on January 28th, 2016 in Google

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