An input audio data stream comprising speech is processed by an automatic censoring filter in either a real-time mode, or a batch mode, producing censored speech that has been altered so that undesired words or phrases are either unintelligible or inaudible. The automatic censoring filter employs a lattice comprising either phonemes and/or words derived from phonemes for comparison against corresponding phonemes or words included in undesired speech data. If the probability that a phoneme or word in the input audio data stream matches a corresponding phoneme or word in the undesired speech data is greater than a probability threshold, the input audio data stream is altered so that the undesired word or a phrase comprising a plurality of such words is unintelligible or inaudible. The censored speech can either be stored or made available to an audience in real-time.
This will not eliminate the delay. If the software doesn't listen for the beginning and end of each word, it's going to bleep a lot of incidental syllables. Take the way most people pronounce "suffocation" for instance.
In fact, the delay will need to be even longer, if it's going to take context into account.
I don't think DJs have anything to worry about in the near future. You can get anything you want by this system by making up new words not in the recognized phonemes which containing the old standards. I know, inconBLEEPingceivable, huh?
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
Yeah, I was kind of wondering how it could really block real time accurately also. The word has to be said already for it know what it is. Maybe they mean real time by setting up a little buffer time before being sent out.
I beat the Internet... the end guy was hard
How do they get a patent for this? It's so basic of an idea. Does this mean no one else can develop a real-time profanity filter for audio streams?
News:OK, next step: some sort of video filtering to prevent a repeat of the Janet Jackson Super Bowl "accident."
Rifle+Scope and any US Military Sniper with morals.
News:You could imagine it being used in video games, in perhaps a "family mode" in which any profanity uttered via voice chat is bleeped.
And creating a lag that would get the filter user's "BLEEP!" kicked in real time.
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
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