Trends in Speech and Spoken Language Processing

Presented by: John H. Hansen, Junlan Feng, Bhuvana Ramabhadran, Author(s): John H. Hansen, Junlan Feng, Bhuvana Ramabhadran

The past few years have been an exciting time for speech and language processing technology. Speech recognition is now standard in major mobile phone operating systems, and has more users than ever. New computer models such as cloud computing enable models of unprecedented scale and accuracy to be widely deployed. With a wide range of applications ranging from simple search to complex ones involving understanding, dialog interaction, information extraction, translation and speech synthesis, new paradigms have evolved to address their speed and accuracy requirements. This talk will look at some of the technical developments underpinning these recent developments, and look ahead to current work which promises to enable the next wave of innovations in accuracy and scale for speech and language processing.

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Recorded: 2011-05-27 11:45 - 12:15, Panorama
Added: 9. 6. 2011 22:48
Number of views: 80
Video resolution: 1024x576 px, 512x288 px
Video length: 0:34:29
Audio track: MP3 [11.81 MB], 0:34:29