Hey everybody! Welcome to Tech With Brett where we help technology work for you! And today I have Adele with me, and we are going to go over 100 plus animal sounds, with the Google Home. Are you ready? Alright, get us started. Ok Google, What does a Alligator say? Here’s an Alligator sound. What
(Ned) I know that the other guys do not like my photos very much, so I’m not looking forward to this. (Keith) Your Instagram does look like that of most teenage girls. (Zach) Yeah, that’s all I wanna be. (Keith) You know, you’re crushing it. (Ned) Can i just get one photo of you without
[MUSIC PLAYING] MALE SPEAKER: Listen, we all love our phones. Every day, we use our phones for this, like, all the time. We take photos at every place, every event, and with every friend we know. You don’t want to lose those moments, but hey, things happen. [CRUNCH] Phones break– JUDY: Buh-bye. MALE SPEAKER: –or
[MUSIC PLAYING] RICO FARMER: We were inspired by Disney’s “Zootopia.” And in the movie, the animals use technology, just like humans. And so we thought, what if we actually gave animals in the real world technology like the characters in “Zootopia”? We’re at the Los Angeles Zoo today letting animals capture photos of themselves using
SPEAKER 1: I’m going to show you a new Android application that’s been developed through our translation technology. Our new app, Google Translate For Animals, translates animal speech into human vernacular. The handset records the animal sounds and then transmits them to our server, where the speech recognition and translation engines analyze the neurobiological acoustics.