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#8 of our 'Voice of Innovation' fireside chat series: Robotics and AI reporter Rachel Gordon speaks to Dr. Bajorek on her mission to get more women into voice and conversational AI fields.

Fireside chat with CEO and founder of Women in Voice Dr. Joan Palmiter Bajorek

Columbia computer scientists have built an algorithm that blocks a rogue microphone from correctly hearing your words—in English so far—80% of the time

Concerned Your Smartphone Is Spying on You?

#7 of our 'Voice of Innovation' fireside chat series: Robotics and AI reporter Rachel Gordon speaks to Kokotov on his vision to understand every human voice.

Fireside chat with Rev.com's Daniel Kokotov, VP of Engineering within Speech Technologies

A novel approach to visual speech recognition that carefully designs the VSR model rather than increasing the size of the training data.

Research suggests improvements in visual speech recognition on a multilingual dataset

Study reveals the hidden gaps for AI tools like voice assistants, auto-complete, and more.

Do Popular AI Communication Tools Favor the Privileged?

Rutgers researchers have published the first work examining how hackers could use popular virtual reality headsets to steal sensitive information communicated via voice-command, including credit card data and passwords.

Researchers Discover Security Vulnerabilities in Virtual Reality Headsets

AI speech police are smart and fast, but there’s a gap between strong algorithmic performance and reality.

AI struggles to recognize toxic speech on social media. Here's why.

Stanford’s “Chirpy Cardinal” team effectively combined scripted and neurally generated bot responses for richer interactions.

How to create better chatbot conversations

Columbia engineers demonstrate that AI systems might reach higher performance if programmed with sound files of human language rather than with binary data labels

Deep Learning Networks Prefer the Human Voice - Just Like Us

Michael Flynn and his group are applying their groundbreaking work in beamforming to the challenge of low-power on-chip speech recognition.

Research to advance low-power speech recognition highlighted by Intel

If you’ve been listening to more podcasts while stuck at home this year, you may have noticed a side effect of the uptick in virtual conversations: a decline in audio quality. Interviews conducted by phone or video chat often include background noise, reverberation and distortion.

Say again? AI provides the latest word in clearer audio

Researchers Have Developed the First Speech Recognition System Worldwide that Works Better than Humans and Is Quicker than Other AIs

AI Outperforms Humans in Speech Recognition

ITMO University researchers, as part of an international team, have developed a speech analysis algorithm for the elderly that can help diagnose neurological diseases such as dementia and Parkinson's disease in the early stages.

How Researchers Are Using Speech Analysis to Forecast Dementia and Parkinson's

The tool provides visitors with an engaging way to communicate their experiences, while helping museums to consider this feedback when developing exhibits and other attractions.

Data-driven app brings 'voice of the visitor' to museum experiences

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