Not every machine learning task runs on an edge device. Some tasks, such as offline video captioning or podcast transcription, are not time-critical and are therefore particularly well-suited to running in the data center; the increase in compute performance available significantly speeds up such tasks.
This guide shows you how to set up client-server speech transcription deployed as a service running on cloud-hosted Arm servers. Here, you record an audio file to your client machine then upload it to the server. The Arm-based server uses a speech recognition service that utilizes machine learning to convert your speech to text, and then it sends the text back as a file to your client machine.
Deploying a server in the cloud is not free, and you will need to pay a small amount to packet.net to complete this guide.