New Sony camera technology reads lips

13/01/2021 | PCMag

Sony’s new Visual Speech Enablement uses cameras and artificial intelligence to read lips. The technology translates a user’s lip movements into words regardless of any background noise or distance between the sensor and user. The company initially plans to use the technology for factory automation, or voice-enabled ATMs. Sony says the technology does not capture faces and user-identifiable data is not retained.

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