Pixel 7’s personalized voice recognition improves Google Assistant
Google Assistant uses on-device “personalized speech recognition” on the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro to “better recognize your unique speaking style, words and phrases”.
This may include names of people and places that are less common or more unique to you. Google’s personalized speech recognition works by “recording and learning from your assistant interactions, including audio, securely on your device.” Typed queries and other recognized text are also used.
For example, you can correct an acronym when you ask the Google Assistant for something or select a suggested alternative for the name of a place when you use the Assistant to navigate.
Google encourages users to fix Assistant by “selecting a suggestion bullet point, directly editing text in an Assistant interaction, or repeating your question next.”
Google Assistant can use your past fixes to learn from mistakes and improve over time.
This feature was enabled during the Google Assistant setup process on the Pixel 7 or 7 Pro. It can be disabled by going to Assistant settings on your Pixel 7 > You > Your voice recognition > Personalized voice recognition off on.
Disabling will remove “all assistant interactions that were used to train the model” from your phone. Opting out will not affect how data is collected, stored, or used for Assistant voice input on Gboard, voice and audio activity, voice matching, personal results, performance improvement. assistant through federated learning, improving Gboard through federated learning, or web and app activity.
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