Voice recognition is a key component of the next generation of technology, from virtual reality and artificial intelligence, to the home and mobile assistants that people use every day. And the surge in voice recognition has required creating large sets of voice-over audio recordings, which are used to “teach” systems to recognize speech. As voice recognition support in foreign languages has surged, so has the need for multilingual audio sets – and naturally, developers are turning to audio & video localization professionals to create them.
This post will list what you need to know to record the foreign-language audio sets used to calibrate voice recognition systems.
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