A start-up says its speech recognition technology beats Google and Amazon in reducing racial prejudice

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LONDON — A British speech recognition company says its software outperformed major tech companies such as Google and Amazon at understanding black voices. Speechmatics, based in Cambridge, England, said Tuesday its system had an overall accuracy of 83% for African-American voices. That’s higher than Microsoft (73%), Amazon (69%), Google (69%), IBM (62%) and Apple (55%),
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‘Venom 2’, ‘No Time to Die’ fueled October ticket sales, leading to the best box office month of 2021

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In this article CMCSA CNK Do not calculate the domestic cash register yet. A combination of new film releases, many of which were exclusively in theaters, coupled with growing consumer confidence to return to cinema amid the coronavirus pandemic, resulted in October 2021 being the most profitable month for ticket sales to date. . It
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‘Eternals’ is ambitious and ‘refreshingly diverse’, but overcrowded and ‘a nap’, critics say

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In this article DIS An ambitious and unique film, “Eternals” is arguably one of the most divisive installments in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The Disney film, which introduces nearly a dozen new main characters into the canon, has received mostly positive reviews ahead of its release next week. Attempts to build knowledge, flesh out key
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Take-Two CEO Is Skeptical Of Facebook Metaverse, Says It Could Be Unpopular

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In this article TWO Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick on Thursday cast doubt on Meta’s metaverse ambitions, telling CNBC that he believes the Facebook parent company’s vision of a digitally connected universe may not be popular. In an interview on “Squawk Box,” Zelnick didn’t outright dismiss the idea of ​​the metaverse, a term used to
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