Google Search will help you identify that song stuck in your head

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Google Search has created a way to figure out the melody in your mind that you can't remember the name of.

Google has also come under fire for promoting its own products on search results pages, burying competitors' services under Google travel results or shopping or YouTube videos.

On Thursday, the company unveiled the "hum to search" feature, which is now available on the Google app and the Google voice assistant.

Google also debuted a feature that allows people to hum into their phones to search for songs they can't get out of their heads, and it announced new updates to its Maps tool so users can quickly see updated local business information. By humming, singing, or whistling a melody, Google can identify the song, even without the artist name, lyrics, or the flawless pitch.

You can then click on a displayed song, which will cause Google to bring up the associated music video and lyrics. Google has now improved the algorithms so that they can pinpoint a song without listening to the lyrics or even the original beat.

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"When you hum a melody into Search, our machine learning models transform the audio into a number-based sequence representing the song's melody", Krishna Kumar, senior product manager for Google Search, explained in a blog post. "We've built machine learning models that can match your hum, whistle or singing to the right "fingerprint". The algorithms additionally take away all the opposite particulars, like accompanying devices and the voice's timbre and tone.

Google held its "Search On" characteristic on October 15 the place it introduced some very fascinating options across the search powered by AI. But the company's feature works pretty fast, and is conveniently bundled with the Google Assistant, making it easy to access.

Since launching, Duplex in Google Assistant has completed over a million bookings, Google announced today. Say "Hey Google, what's the song?" after which hum the tune.

Needless to say, you'll need an AR-capable smartphone running Android, but Google will share more information on the requirements when the new feature finally launches.

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