The Common Voice project is Mozilla’s initiative to help teach machines how real people speak. We are building an open source, multi-language dataset of voices that anyone can use to train speech-enabled applications.
As of today, Common Voice has the ability to collect voice data for a specific purpose or use-case. Now, we’re putting this to the test and kicking off data collection for our first, single word target segment. To create this segment we need as many contributors as possible across various languages to record and review the digits zero through nine, as well as the words yes, no, hey and Firefox.
Firefox Voice is an experiment from Mozilla that lets you browse and get more done with your voice—faster than ever. We are looking for fearless early adopters who are willing to test the new add-on and give us feedback before the major public release. Are you ready to join us?