Google Introduces Voice Search For Computer
Voice Search is a feature that enables you to tell Google what you are looking for, and Google then returns the results of the search. Voice recognition will help you save time and enhance your overall user experience. Google spoke about this new advance at a media event in San Francisco. They also addressed issues of barriers on mobiles, and announced speech recognition and computer vision technology.
According to the Google Blog
in the past two years, mobile search traffic has grown five-fold. Mobile search today is growing at a comparable pace to Google in the early years
Voice search will help you as a user to conduct these searches without having to type the content of your search in a very small screen. They also believe that Voice Search traffic has grown six-fold.
Google admitted that they have invested a lot of resources on voice recognition in the recent past, they also revealed that at this point in time, they teach their
English Voice Search system using 230 billion words from real queries so that we can accurately recognize the phrases people are likely to say
They have announced Voice Search on desktop is rolling out now on google.com in English, and that Search by Image will be rolled out globally in 40 languages soon.