Google is launching a new initiative to help teach machine learning to speech-recognition software that uses deep learning.
The company has built a new AI-enabled learning suite called the Google Learning Suite, which uses machine learning technology to teach a deep learning model to speak.
The software was created in partnership with the Google Brain Machine Learning Lab and will be available in beta versions for use in the coming months, the company said in a blog post today.
The project will help Google build a deep-learning pipeline to help machine learning models learn from the audio of human speech.
Google has built deep learning software to make speech recognition easier, such as speech synthesis and speech translation, and the new AI software could help build a pipeline to allow the machine learning software and speech recognition tools to work together to make better predictions about the sounds of human language.
Google is partnering with the German company DeepMind to build this pipeline.
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Deep learning has been used to predict events like earthquakes and hurricanes in the past.
But it’s not clear whether deep learning will be used in speech recognition or other applications in the future.
For example, there’s no proof that deep learning is being used to understand language, or that it’s being used in machine learning.
The work to build a new pipeline is part of Google’s effort to make machine learning better, the blog post said.
Google said that the new pipeline will be accessible to developers of speech recognition software, but that it will be limited in scope and not be accessible directly to developers.
For instance, the pipeline will only be accessible for developers who are building speech recognition programs with a speech recognition API.
Google’s AI software will be able to use the pipeline to teach deep learning models to recognize and synthesize sounds, but it won’t be able use it to help build speech recognition systems.