Google IO 2019 begins in only a few days, and we’re seeing extra particulars trickle out about precisely what Google has in retailer at its huge developer occasion Ã¢â‚¬â€œ together with a brand new function aimed toward folks with speech impairments.
As 9to5Google notes, the occasions checklist for Google IO features a point out of Mission Euphoria, which is seemingly “leveraging Google applied sciences to present folks with speech impairments their voice again”.
The session is being hosted by accessibility advocate Elise Roy and Harvard professor Michael Brenner, who can also be a member of the Google Accelerated Science crew.
Be a part of these varied dots collectively and it seems like Mission Euphoria might be the newest accessibility function to hit Android, maybe with the Android Q roll out: and it is probably going to get your smartphone to speak for you.
Wait and see
We have seen Google reveal voice synthesizer applied sciences earlier than Ã¢â‚¬â€œ eventually yr’s Google IO occasion for instance, when it confirmed off the way it was including new voices to the Google Assistant platform.
Mission Euphoria is listed beneath an occasion referred to as Designing for Accessibility, so it is not sure that it is a function that is able to go but Ã¢â‚¬â€œ it may be one thing that is launched additional down the road.
It may be a standalone gadget fairly than an app or a function constructed into Android, however we’re betting that some form of machine studying is concerned someplace.
We must always hear extra about this and loads of different applied sciences and software program that Google is engaged on when IO will get underway on Might 7. As standard, we’ll be bringing you all of the information from the occasion.