Another revelation from the archive of Edward Snowden’s NSA documents indicates that the agency now has the capability to recognize content in phone calls and create rough transcripts for storage and searching. These documents, secured by The Intercept, show NSA analysts celebrating the software called Google for Voice almost a decade ago. Perfect transcription of phone calls has been called the “holy grail” in the agency, elusive, maybe impossible, but incredibly valuable. But the software can already extract content from phone calls and flag conversations of interest.
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