New keyboard please.
"1We should note that an instant transcription service has always been available at The Register, by simply selecting "print" on your web browser option menu."
Google is now letting anyone use its new auto-captioning feature for YouTube videos. Back in November, YouTube released a robo-transcription option for just a limited number of educational channels, saying it would expand the tool to more videos in the future. Well, the future is now and has begun rolling out across the entire …
1. Presence of filter (fock shet puss cont)
2. Depth of knowledge (scrutum vogina mastorbation)
3. Knowledge of correct English (wonker bellocks tusser)
4. False positives (wonkel rotary engine, sconthorpe united, tony hancuck)
5. False false positives (getifu ye basa)
6. Regional linguistic variations (Kersal Massive)
For some unknow reasion I thinks that everything that I talk about is about USA Presidents with there name just keep on popping up here and there again and again. Sorry but I not talking politics or anything like and nothing about USA. Really it funny, watch then and will not be able to keep the laughter in.
Look for any rants there few I have been told on YouTube.
... now translated into written words can now be transformed into adverts, magic! And what's even better is that the video owners can help clarify all the dialogue that is then turned into targeted advertising.
I look forward to all the Pr0n videos being accompanied by auto-generated adverts from pet stores offering cheap cats and chickens.
Nvidia posted a vid about that GPU that can be pulled out of a running system when it switched between the GPU and on-board video, Optimus I think.
I noticed the auto-captioning thing and tried it out.
Its better than I thought it'd be, pretty good, but useless (funny) at techy terms.
It kept saying -
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