Bing’s text to speech sounds more natural thanks to NVIDIA and Azure
At NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference this week, Microsoft surprised its users with new AI-powered Bing tools including expanded intelligent answers, text-to-speech and enhanced visual search.
Let’s have a brief look at all of them in detail.
All about Bing’s latest upgrades
The text to speech feature is now supported by Bing’s mobile. The search engine uses a natural-sounding language to speak search results.
Furthermore, the AI-based feature is able to clearly speak words with just like human beings. If you are not interested to leverage the full power of a virtual assistant, it can be a pretty cool option.
Bing has a special feature that enables the search engine to deliver intelligent answers. These answers are delivered based on the information that is pulled from multiple sources.
Bing‘s capabilities have been improved based on the information advancements in its processing power. The search engine uses deep learning models to tackle pretty difficult questions by answering intelligently.
Moreover, the speed of the search results is also improved to a great extent. Bing explains the concept through an example:
For example, instead of the relatively simple answer to ‘what is the capital of Bangladesh’, Bing can now provide answers to more complex questions, such as ‘what are different types of lighting for a living room’, quicker than before.
Improved Visual Search
Currently, the users can use an image to look for their desired search results. The recent upgrade added an autodetection feature in the search engine.
When an image is uploaded by the user, the search engine automatically detects various objects present in the image. It then finds the visual matches within the image at the end.
Additionally, the feature helps the users to explore more about the objects in an image. As the search engine puts clickable hotspots to identify those objects.
NIVIDIA plans to enhance its search engine by incorporating smarter intelligent technologies. It’s now clear that Bing is soon to join the race of being the most popular search engine competing Google.
Google has been already under the fire following the recent data leaks scandle.
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