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Google Incorporated 30 languages to Voice Search

On 14th Aug 2017, Google incorporated 2 more languages in voice searches i.e. Swahili and Amharic. These two languages are the most popular African languages. Also make it possible to use emojis with voice typing. After incorporating these two languages the number of supporting languages increased to 30.

supporting language to Google voice searches

Below are the lists of all the supporting languages by voice search –

  • Amharic (Ethiopia)
  • Armenian (Armenia)
  • Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan)
  • Bengali (Bangladesh, India)
  • English (Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania)
  • Georgian (Georgia)
  • Gujarati (India)
  • Javanese (Indonesia)
  • Kannada (India)
  • Khmer (Cambodia)
  • Lao (Laos)
  • Latvian (Latvia)
  • Malayalam (India)
  • Marathi (India)
  • Nepali (Nepal)
  • Sinhala (Sri Lanka)
  • Sundanese (Indonesia)
  • Swahili (Tanzania, Kenya)
  • Tamil (India, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Malaysia)
  • Telugu (India)
  • Urdu (Pakistan, India)

How this was possible to incorporate all these languages?

Google worked with the native speakers and collect the speech samples and using this process, Google trained their machine learning models. Using this techniques, they developed their machine learning to understand the sound and words of new languages.

Before making it live Google performed so many tests to check the accuracy of language integration and how it was performing as per the user queries.

One more announcement by Google –

Google is also going to add these new languages to its cloud Speech API and this will work perfect with other apps like Google translator.

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