Many tech giants are trying to bring their Google chatbot and preparations are going on in full swing. Google has shared more details about the Universal Speech Model (USM).
Google ChatGPT has become quite popular. Most of the people are doing their work with this. To compete with this, many tech giants are trying to bring their chatbots and preparations are going on in full swing. Google has shared more details about the Universal Speech Model (USM). It is reported that the chatbot will support more than a thousand languages. Let’s know about it…
- More than thousand languages will be supported
It’s a system that the company describes as an ‘important first step’ in realizing its goals, which are now moving towards their goal of building an AI language model that can recognize 1,000 different languages to beat Google ChatGPT. supports. In November last year, the company announced its plans to build a language model supporting 1,000 of the world’s most spoken languages, revealing its USM model.
The tech giant describes USM as a family of state-of-the-art speech models, with 2 billion parameters trained on 12 million hours of speech and 28 billion sentences of text, spanning more than 300 languages. Google currently claims that USM supports over 100 languages and will serve as the ‘foundation’ for a much larger system.
Meanwhile, Google is expected to introduce a host of AI features to its products in the near future and among them, Gboard for Android is working to integrate the Imagine text-to-image generator.