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The STRANGEST Thing Just Happened On YOUTUBE (An Unintentional Google Technology Glitch?) - Youtube Heavily Uses Voice-Recognition On Its Videos


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- I was watching a short interview with a game developer on Youtube

- He said at one point in the interview "In the future we may make a remake of the classic game No One Lives Forever if we can secure the rights to it"

- I wanted to type "No One Lives Forever" into the Youtube search field

- The minute I typed 1 single letter "n" into the field, Youtube search autocompleted it to "No One Lives Forever"

- The search function had already listened to the interview Video I was watching, and knew when I typed just "n" that I'm going to search for "No One Lives Forever"

 

This effectively means that Google is AUTO-INDEXING ALL SPEECH IN ALL VIDEOS ON ITS PLATFORM.

 

Which effectively means that GOOGLE KNOWS EXACTLY WHAT IS BEING SPOKEN ABOUT IN TENS OF THOUSANDS OF VIDEOS UPLOADED TO IT EVERY DAY.

 

CENSORSHIP BECOMES REAL EASY FOR GOOGLE NOW - THEY CAN JUST LISTEN FOR KEYWORDS AND "NUKE" THE OFFENDING CONTENT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I've had the exact same experience. Because youtube, and google, work on algorithms, I would guess that the game title you mentioned was one of the 'tags' for the Interview with the game developer.

 

There is a way of checking the 'tags' on any youtube video: 

 

1. Go to the video page using Chrome or Firefox.

2. Right-click the page, and select View Source.

3. Hit Ctrl + F and search for 'keywords' in the source code.

4. This should take you to a list of the tags the Creator Studio used on that video.

 

 

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14 hours ago, Ethel said:

I've had the exact same experience. Because youtube, and google, work on algorithms, I would guess that the game title you mentioned was one of the 'tags' for the Interview with the game developer.

 

There is a way of checking the 'tags' on any youtube video: 

 

1. Go to the video page using Chrome or Firefox.

2. Right-click the page, and select View Source.

3. Hit Ctrl + F and search for 'keywords' in the source code.

4. This should take you to a list of the tags the Creator Studio used on that video.

 

 

 

Thanks Ethel. I'll try that.

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