Published on 29th January 2021 by InterEx Group
Microsoft recently began rolling out updates to its user consent experience for voice data, which will give customers more meaningful control over whether their voice data is used to improve products. These updates allow customers to choose if people can listen to recordings of what they said while speaking to any Microsoft products and services that use speech recognition technology.
If customers decide to consent, people may review their voice clips to improve the performance of Microsoft’s artificial intelligence systems. Microsoft’s goal is to make their speech recognition technologies more inclusive by making them easier and more natural to interact with. The contribution of voice clips across a diversity of people, speaking styles, accents, dialects and acoustic environments is crucial to making this possible. If customers choose not to contribute their voice clips for review they will still be able to use all of Microsoft’s voice-enabled products and services.
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