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A series of talks taking place (normally) on the first Friday of every month, for researchers working in speech technology and related fields to present their work.
The aim of these talks is to promote communication and collaboration within the speech group and with other related research groups.
2 upcoming talks and 58 talks in the archive.
Rory Waite (University of Cambridge).
Friday 16 January 2015, 13:30-14:30
Human-like singing and talking machines: flexible speech synthesis in karaoke, anime, smart phones, video games, digital signage, TV and radio programs, etc.
Keiichi Tokuda (Nagoya Institute of Technology / Google).
Friday 06 February 2015, 13:30-14:30
Please see above for contact details for this list.
Other listsInsect Molecular Biology Chemical Engineering Research Theme Journal Clubs Cambridge Area Sequencing Informatics Meeting VI (2014)
Other talksGenomic technologies Processing the Transcriptome and Epitranscriptome: Message Ends Performing and mediating science on television in vivo models Listening to Different Voices: reconceptualizing corporate social responsibility using feminist standpoint theory "Ni-catalyzed Functionalization of Carbon Dioxide and C-O Bonds"