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BBC and Microsoft developing AI version of iPlayer

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Posted 2 August 2017, 5.08am edt

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The BBC and Microsoft have built an experimental version of BBC iPlayer that makes it possible to sign into BBC services using their unique voiceprint. The artificial intelligence (AI) version is a bit of a jump from the current version that has rece...


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