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DateDate: 7-01-2019, 07:58

One of the problems with voice assistants is that many are embarrassed to use them in public. The new Microsoft patent contains a module that will allow “smart” assistants to recognize commands pronounced by their owner imperceptibly to others, writes Windows Central.
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The patent application describes a “silent” input method when the assistant recognizes a voice command by the airflow created when it is pronounced. The module can be integrated into various devices: smart watches or rings, telephones, headphone microphones, or even TV remote controls.
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If you bring the microphone close enough to your mouth, leaving only a small distance, the device will be able to pick up a stable signal in the process of pronouncing the command with minimal “voice leakage”.
While voice input in public places (and even at home) is rarely used, mainly because it can disturb others. Microsoft technology not only solves this problem, but also a question of the security of information of users, reducing the likelihood that they will be overheard by someone else.
Source: dev.by