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Berrak Sisman (University of Texas at Dallas) “Speech Synthesis and Voice Conversion: Machine Learning can Mimic Anyone’s Voice” 12:00 pm
Berrak Sisman (University of Texas at Dallas) “Speech Synthesis and Voice Conversion: Machine Learning can Mimic Anyone’s Voice” @ Hackerman Hall B17
Nov 4 @ 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Abstract Voice conversion (VC) is a significant aspect of artificial intelligence. It is the study of how to convert one’s voice to sound like that of another without changing the linguistic content. Voice conversion belongs[...]
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Hui Guan (University of Massachusetts Amherst) “Towards Accurate and Efficient Edge Computing Via Multi-Task Learning” 12:00 pm
Hui Guan (University of Massachusetts Amherst) “Towards Accurate and Efficient Edge Computing Via Multi-Task Learning” @ Hackerman Hall B17
Nov 11 @ 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Abstract AI-powered applications increasingly adopt Deep Neural Networks (DNNs) for solving many prediction tasks, leading to more than one DNNs running on resource-constrained devices. Supporting many models simultaneously on a device is challenging due to[...]
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