Voice Interface Technology Mimics Human Hearing

Voice Interface Technology Mimics Human Hearing

earSmart enhances quality and suppresses background noise by studying the brain's auditory pathways.

Emma Hutchings
  • 20 february 2012

earSmart, developed by the California-based company Audience, is a voice processor technology used by Siri and 50 different mobile phone models. It enhances voice quality and suppresses background noise by mimicking the brain’s auditory pathways.

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