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Google Speech-to-Text enables developers to convert audio to text by applying powerful neural network models in an easy-to-use API. The API recognizes 120 languages and variants to support your global user base. You can enable voice command-and-control, transcribe audio from call centers, and more. It can process real-time streaming or prerecorded audio, using Google’s machine learning technology.
Watson Speech to Text is a cloud-native solution that uses deep-learning AI algorithms to apply knowledge about grammar, language structure, and audio/voice signal composition to create customizable speech recognition for optimal text transcription.
Google Cloud Speech-to-Text is ranked 4th in Speech-To-Text Services while IBM Watson Speech To Text is ranked 3rd in Speech-To-Text Services with 1 review. Google Cloud Speech-to-Text is rated 0.0, while IBM Watson Speech To Text is rated 8.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of IBM Watson Speech To Text writes "Easy to understand, configure, and use". Google Cloud Speech-to-Text is most compared with Microsoft Azure Speech Service and Amazon Transcribe, whereas IBM Watson Speech To Text is most compared with Microsoft Azure Speech Service and Amazon Transcribe.
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