Oxford researchers have developed a new type of Artificial Intelligence that can read lips. The technology called LipNet is much more effective than a human being, giving it a higher accuracy.
Technology can do a lot of tasks far better than a human being, and now we can also count on lip-reading. An Oxford team of scientists has developed Artificial Intelligence, which achieves a high degree of accuracy in this task. Most experts trained in this field reach a maximum of 60 percent, reading accuracy, while LipNet has as much as 93 percent. accuracy.
Of course, this result was achieved in laboratory conditions, so there is no certainty that it will be reproduced again under real conditions. However, if this is possible then this type of technology can be very helpful. The system has been tested on 29,000 3-second movies with identical grammar patterns. The error rate was only 6.6 percent during this test. For comparison, the percentage of errors for people taking part in the same test was as high as 47.7 percent.