Facebook Will Now Pay You to Record Your Voice to Improve its Speech Recognition Tech

Facebook Will Now Pay You to Record Your Voice to Improve its Speech Recognition Tech

Facebook has declared it will pay select users who consent to record their voice to improve its speech recognition technology. As per The Verge, the interpersonal interaction organization will pay select clients to record pieces of sound through another program called "Pronunciations" in its Viewpoints statistical surveying application. In the event that you fit the bill to be a piece of the program, you'll have the option to record the expression "Hello Portal," trailed by the main name of a companion from your companions" list.

"You'll have the option to do this with the names of up to 10 companions, and you need to record every announcement twice," the report said. Facebook's declaration comes when a few tech organizations like Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, and Google have delayed their sound translation programs after reports developed that outsider temporary workers were tuning in to sound accounts. Amazon currently lets clients quit sound chronicle "survey."

Although one user will be able to make only $5, this is an interesting approach by Facebook to improve its artificial intelligence-driven transcription skills.