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Google Develops Context-Aware Voice Search For TV

jfruh (300774) writes | about 2 years ago

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jfruh writes "Google TV, despite bold predictions from the company's execs, has singularly failed to take over the TV world. Nevertheless, the company is still plugging away, and one development that might have far-reaching impliciations is its new context-aware voice search. "Context aware" is the key to revolutionizing the TV-watching experience: you can say the name of a TV show, the name of a channel, the description of a show, or the description of a kind of video you'd like to find on YouTube, and the TV will show it to you."
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