New AI Software Reads Lips Better Than Any Human

New AI Software Reads Lips Better Than Any Human
Technology

The University of Oxford developed a new app that can more accurately read lips to make communication easier

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 14 november 2016

Lip reading is a tricky business. Even those who master it are never entirely accurate. This is why we should all pay lip service to University of Oxford’s Department of Computer Science for developing a new software called LipNet, which can accurately decipher words and sentences by simply studying one’s lips.

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