Flow when recording the audio in the client, keeping a copy in the server, process it using Speech API, and returning the text back to the client?
So let's say a client app needs Speech recognition, and the raw audio should be saved in the server (using Google Cloud Storage, for example). So my idea to solve this problem would involve the following steps: Client records audio Client sends audio to Cloud Storage Cloud storage callbacks the backend in GAE Backend calls Speech API using the uri of the uploaded file Returned text is sent via notification to the client app This seems a bit convoluted, but I'm not sure there's an easier way to achieve what I'm trying to do. Would the above be the normal "flow" for the case, or is there a simpler way?
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