Google Duo: introduced machine learning in the service of the quality of the calls
Google has launched a new technology to improve the sound quality in calls made with the Google Duo. It's called WaveNetEQ and is based on research carried out by the division DeepMind company's Mountain View, dedicated to artificial intelligence (the product of which AlphaGo beat the international champion of Go, which was then withdrawn).
These days more than ever, calls via internet have become of vital importance to keep in touch, work, study, chat (here's our guide to the best apps). Anyone who has tried the experience certainly also know that often this type of communication is subject to the phenomenon of audio jitter, or loss or delay of some data packets along the way.
According to Google, the phenomenon occurs in 99% of the calls made by the Duo (the app which has recently increased to 12 the number of participants for group video): of these, a fifth will lose between 3% and 8% of information, and one in ten lose more than 8% of information. In fact, every app of this type must deal with the loss of packets of data, but the challenge becomes more difficult when the "holes" can exceed 60 ms.Zero compromise for the best price?? Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, on offer today from Mobzilla to 589 euros or from Amazon at 637 euro. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING