Apple has their Siri, and Samsung now has the S Voice, but does the South Korean conglomerate intend to stop there where voice recognition technology is concerned? Apparently not, as it seems as though Samsung has recently filed a patent application for a speech recognizing robot. This patent application described an automaton which is capable of adjusting its voice detection capabilities in order to take into account ambient noise that might interrupt or disrupt commands given, while recognizing those who are speaking to it even if the background noise is unusually loud. No idea on just what the robot will perform after you have issued commands – perhaps it will go around cleaning up your room? Well, it seems as though this is still a distance in the future, as it would certainly take a fair amount of effort for a robot to perform complex duties that only the human body and brain can handle.
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