Tag: Johns Hopkins University

Kaldi acknowledged as most popular framework for speech recognition

April 6, 2018

At the recent GPU Technology Conference, held in San Jose, California, NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang stated that Kaldi had become “the most popular framework for speech recognition”. And was “now optimized for GPUs”. Kaldi, a toolkit for speech recognition, was created in 2009 at a Johns Hopkins University workshop titled “Low Development Cost, High Quality Speech […]

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2016 summer workshop concludes with final presentations

August 5, 2016

During the six-week workshop, attendees collaborated to design a system to monitor neurodegenerative diseases over the phone, detect risk and monitor mental health through posts on social media, and build a speech recognition system from untranscribed data.

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JHU Engineering: The ‘Charlie Sheen Effect’

July 5, 2016

After actor Charlie Sheen disclosed his HIV-positive status on NBC’s Today show last November, millions took to the Internet to find out more about HIV, according to a new study led by computer scientist Mark Dredze and two Whiting School alumni.

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