I don't see any reason why these devices need to upload anything to the cloud, with the amount of CPU space available in a small form factor, all voice processing should be done locally and any cloud-based query history should be resettable at the click of a button. Does GDPR specify a minimum fine? Amazon sent 1, Alexa voice files to the wrong customer, revealing private conversations. I'll take this opportunity to mention Mycroft and how while it's still not fully fleshed out, is a good solution if you want a voice assistant that puts privacy first. Bezos removed encryption from their Fire devices back in It's not even hard, they'd just need to have a pre-trained neural network for voice recognition on there, and then send the words with confidence values over some value to the cloud to do the rest of the processing. Do you really believe that gmail is what kicked all of this off?
© 2020 cicatmexico.com - All rights reserved. All Models are over 21 y.o.