google researchers have devised a deep learning model that can isolate individual voices in a video.the model aims to replicate the ability of humans to isolate certain sounds.the researchers hope that the tech will have a number of uses including improving hearing aids and automatic subtitles.google researchers have come up with a way of isolating the voice of a single speaker in a video from other voices and background noise. the method uses a deep learning model that can computationally produce videos in which the speech of specific people is enhanced.it uses both the audio and visual signals of the speaker, such as the movement of the mouth, to replicate the ability of humans to effectively focus on one sound. this is a phenomenon also known as the cocktail party effect.in a blog post, google explains that in order to develop the method, the researchers gathered a collection of 100,000 high-quality videos and talks from youtube. they then produced around 2,000 hours of video featuring single people talking to the camera without any background interference.editor's pickuse your google home to play a lost in space game the new netflix reimagining of the classic 60s television show lost in space is available to watch now. but if you have some time and want to get amped up for a weekend binge watch, …using this video, google then created what it calls “synthetic cocktail parties” made up of face videos, their corresponding speech from separate video sources, and non...