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donuts
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Hey so if anyone works for/know someone in MSFT, here's an idea if you can get it in front of someone that can do something with it.. (I tried Twitter.

Have Windows feature/app to transcribe/caption any audio (videos, zoom chats, etc).

Like this without all the setup and using your voice engine (Translator).

https://docs.google.com/document/d/...

Think of it this way, your still dominate computers and you can one-up Google.... And Apple.

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    Google already does this with their Live Caption feature on android. And their Pixel phones can automatically transcribe voice notes and translate audio in real time (i.e. as you are speaking)
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    @justamuslimguy we've gone over this before I remember.... I'm guessing you work for Google and well don't know your products too well...
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    Also I said computers, not mobile
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    @donuts no, I just have an Android phone :)
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    @vane that's hard to believe though... He'd get a lot of spam if good email address was public?
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    @donuts First it’s very old story. Second you need to figure out the name.surname@company.com so that’s the biggest spam filter :)
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    @vane true... Maybe can go thru the gates foundation....

    https://gatesfoundation.org/Who-We-...
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    @donuts chromium has live captions too, so it's not only mobile. *cough* chromebook *cough*

    But I don't know who in their right mind would use the feature since it's so unreliable.
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    @electrineer unreliable how? Thought the voice recognition is offline. By Chromium u mean the browser or ChromeOs?

    LC is pretty good but only on Google stuff... Even though it's supposed to be an OS/Android feature...

    Which is why if MSFT released this... It would screw Google and Apple.
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    @donuts unreliable in the sense of you bursting into laughter from time to time because of the crap you read
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    @electrineer streaming tv (locast) captions vs Live Captions...
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    One on the bottom is Live Captions.... LGTM... better than nothing.

    (lol can't believe I remembered to use that... Was about to type out the whole thing)
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    @donuts "better than nothing." Is it though?
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    @electrineer only typo I can sort of see is "does he ate" I don't know the exact context but even without I m guessing the right words are "does he hate"

    So id say yes...
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