How people with Down syndrome are teaching Google – CNET

Matthew MacNeil is one of more than 600 adults with Down syndrome who have donated their voices to help Google improve its speech recognition technology.
Canadian Down Syndrome Society

 

When Matthew MacNeil uses the voice-to-text feature on an Android phone, the resulting transcription looks nothing like what he said.

“Hello, my name is Matthew MacNeil. I live in Tillsonburg, Ontario,” becomes “Hello my name is Master MacNeil. I live in traffic Ontario.”

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