It looks like Google has just made YouTube a lot more accessible to dead and hearing-impaired people. With automatic captions (auto-caps) in YouTube, captions can be processed through Google’s automatic speech recognition (ASR) technology to offer automatic captions to the videos. It uses the same voice recognition algorithms used in Google Voice. Of course, the captions certainly won’t be perfect, but we’re sure they’ll be a big help. It’s currently only able to insert captions on English language speech, but Google has been cool enough to offer users the choice to use its automatic translation system to read the captions in 51 languages, now how cool is that? Check out the official details here.
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