Thu. Apr 2nd, 2020

Google brought new chatbot Meena, will talk like humans

Google brought new chatbot Meena, will talk like humans

GOOGLE-CHATBOT-MEENA

 

 

Voice assistants like Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Apple Siri have become quite popular. They are used for information other than weather information, news and listening to songs. However, interacting with them is not that much fun.



Keeping this in mind, now the legendary technology company Google has brought a new chatbot (talking assistant). Its name is Meena. You can talk to Meena with full enthusiasm. This chatbot will reply to you like humans.

40 BILLION WORDS HAVE BEEN TAUGHT TO CHATBOT MEENA

 

According to a report by technology website Venture Beat, Mina is a network network with approximately 2.6 billion parameters. According to Google, Meena has been prepared based on a lot of social media chats and almost anything can be talked about. It can also tell you a joke. However, Google did not tell how long the users will be able to use it. The report states that Meena has been taught 40 billion words.

GOOGLE CLAIMS BETTER THAN ANY CHATBOT MEENA



Regarding the chatbot Meena, Google claims that it is better than any other chatbot. Meena has been trained on a 341 gigabytes public social-media chatter. Google says chatbot Meena can talk about anything. Google researchers say that Meena has single Evolved Transformer Encoder and 13 Evolved Transformer Decoder Blocks. This means that the single encoder helps Meena understand the interaction, while the 13 decoders help to formulate the answer.

 

Researchers at Google also designed a criterion for testing Mina, which is named Sensitivity and Specification Average (SSA). It gives the number based on the response given in any conversation. The rank of humans in SSA test is generally 86 percent. Meena got a 79% score in this test. Although this is Google’s own way. Other companies use different methods to determine the quality of AI-based assistant interaction.



 

 


 

 

 

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