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How Google built the Pixel 4’s Recorder app using machine learning

Machine learning is one of those buzzwords that’s often-used but seldom understood. Google helped break down exactly what machine learning means for how its new Recorder app works, specifically helping us understand how it understands and categorizes conversation so well.

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