Google Launched A Live Transcription App To Help Deaf People



Google partnered with Gallaudet University to design an app that translates spoken words from 70 languages and dialects into text in real time. Live Transcribe was specifically designed to help deaf and hard-of-hearing people. The app has been rolled out in limited beta for Android devices, and from now on it will come pre-installed on Pixel 3 phones.

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