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Alexa und Google Assistant: Kein Zugriff auf unsere Emotionen


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Wütend, krank oder traurig: Durch unsere Stimme bekommen Sprachassistenten mehr Informationen als nur den Sprachbefehl. Forschern ist es gelungen, die Emotionen aus Audioaufnahmen zu filtern - die Spracherkennung leidet allerdings darunter. (Spracherkennung, Google) ...

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