In this video, write helper code that lets you submit an input audio file, with a list of identification profiles, and returns the identified speaker.
- [Narrator] With one or more identification profiles…created and their enrollments completed,…at this point we are at a point where…we can start doing identification.…So remember how identification works,…is that you pass in a number of…identification profile IDs as a comma separated value,…and you specify an import file…and that tells us who the speaker is.…So I'm going to write a function called Identify Speaker,…which accepts a file name as an input,…a CSV comma separated value of identification profile IDs.…
And again, since it's an async request…we return a promise status,…we craft up the promise in here,…we right some skeleton cord…that allows me to authenticate and read the import file…I'll fill the details out here in a moment…And let's go ahead and return the promise…and also close this function.…So here, now we can start writing the bulk of this function…So, it is going to be, surprise, surprise,…a rest call.…
So I need to get the URL off that rest call…and that URL is the following,…it's the speech API end point,…
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- Getting supported languages
- Writing code to translate between languages
- Performing text to speech
- Setting up speech to text
- Writing code for speaker identification
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