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Gopala Anumanchipalli (University of California, San Francisco) “Decoding Speech and Language Representations from the Brain” 12:00 pm
Gopala Anumanchipalli (University of California, San Francisco) “Decoding Speech and Language Representations from the Brain” @ Hackerman Hall B17
Nov 1 @ 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Abstract Spoken communication is basic to who we are. Neurological conditions that result in loss of speech can be devastating for affected patients. This talk will summarize recent efforts in decoding neural activity directly from[...]
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Paris Smaragdis (University of Illinois) “New Twists for New Tricks, Making Audio Deep Learning Practical” 12:00 pm
Paris Smaragdis (University of Illinois) “New Twists for New Tricks, Making Audio Deep Learning Practical” @ Hackerman Hall B17
Nov 4 @ 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Title New Twists for New Tricks, Making Audio Deep Learning Practical Abstract Deep Learning has undeniably changed the way we think about audio processing during the last five years. But in the process, it has[...]
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Rick Rose (Google) “Multimodal audio-visual speech processing at Google” 12:00 pm
Rick Rose (Google) “Multimodal audio-visual speech processing at Google” @ Hackerman B17
Nov 8 @ 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Abstract: The increased availability of high resolution cameras and array microphones in live meetings, video production, and camera enabled assistant devices has created opportunities for exploiting multiple modalities in speech applications.  This presentation summarizes initial[...]
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Ming Sun (Amazon) “Acoustic Event Detection at Amazon Alexa” 12:00 pm
Ming Sun (Amazon) “Acoustic Event Detection at Amazon Alexa” @ Hackerman B17
Nov 11 @ 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Abstract Acoustic event detection (AED) refers to the task of detecting target events in audios. It provides artificial intelligence systems the capability to better understand surrounding environments. In this talk, I will discuss our team’s[...]
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David Mimno (Cornell University) “Data Science and Data Scholarship” 12:00 pm
David Mimno (Cornell University) “Data Science and Data Scholarship” @ Hackerman Hall B17
Nov 15 @ 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Abstract Data science has begun to have impact in a broad range of disciplines from biomedicine to the humanities. Our view of data science is often highly abstract and mathematical. This view is in contrast to the lived experience of data scientists, who spend much[...]
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Allyson Ettinger (University of Chicago) “NLP Representations from a Perspective of Human Cognition” 12:00 pm
Allyson Ettinger (University of Chicago) “NLP Representations from a Perspective of Human Cognition” @ Hackerman Hall B17
Nov 18 @ 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Abstract In defining “language understanding” for the purposes of natural language processing (NLP), we must inevitably be informed by human cognition: the only existing system that has achieved language understanding. Use of human cognition to[...]
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Marcello Frederico (Amazon AI) “Five Short Pieces on Neural Machine Translation of Text and Speech” 12:00 pm
Marcello Frederico (Amazon AI) “Five Short Pieces on Neural Machine Translation of Text and Speech” @ Hackerman Hall B17
Nov 22 @ 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Abstract In my talk I will overview five research contributions in the field of neural machine translation recently conducted with my colleagues at Amazon AI and my students at FBK. I will start presenting work on (i)[...]
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