You can now hum, sing or whistle a tune to Google, and its new feature will list suggested song matches:
Google’s senior product manager of Google Search, Krishna Kumar, wrote in a blog post:
So how does it work? An easy way to explain it is that a song’s melody is like its fingerprint: They each have their own unique identity. We’ve built machine learning models that can match your hum, whistle or singing to the right “fingerprint.”
The effort is a great example of using artificial intelligence to boost the user experience. Consider ways you can use AI and other technologies (such as augmented reality) to tailor your content, website and campaigns to your audiences’ behaviors and needs.
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