Learn how to use the Speech-to-Text API to generate output text from input speech.
- [Instructor] The next API for us to look at…is Cloud Speech-to-Text…and what this does is as the name would indicate,…it takes speech input and translates it into text.…120 languages and variants are supported.…Here we are in the test harness page…and let's try it out.…So I have a quote from one of my favorite figures, Feynman…and I'm going to scroll down and you can see,…I set my input type to Microphone…and my language to English.…
I'm gonna ahead and click the Start Now…and then let's see how the API captures my input.…The real problem in speech is not precise language.…The problem is clear language.…The desire is to have the idea clearly communicated…to the other person.…Oh, that looks pretty spot on.…Interestingly, you can use other languages.…Now once you get this information,…as you can see, part of the API…is it returns text transcription in real time…for short form or long form audio…and it automatically transcribes proper nouns…and context-specific formatting.…
There are also a selection of pre-built models,…
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