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Google is taking sign-ups for Relate, a voice assistant that recognizes impaired speech


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Google launched a new app called Relate, a voice assistant that recognizes impaired speech. Google launched a new app called Relate, a voice assistant that recognizes impaired speech. | Image: Google

Google launched a beta app today that people with speech impairments can use as a voice assistant while contributing to a multiyear research effort to improve Google’s speech recognition. The goal is to make Google Assistant, as well as other features that use speech to text and speech to speech, more inclusive of users with neurological conditions that affect their speech.

The new app is called Project Relate, and volunteers can sign up at g.co/ProjectRelate. To be eligible to participate, volunteers need to be 18 or older and “have difficulty being understood by others.” They’ll also need a Google account and an Android phone using OS 8 or later. For now, it’s only available to English speakers in the US, Canada, Australia, and New...

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