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Recent Work in Acoustic Modelling at Google
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Andrew Senior received his PhD from Cambridge University Engineering Department for his thesis “Recurrent Neural Networks for Offline Cursive Handwriting Recognition”. He is a Research Scientist at Google, New York, where he works in the speech team on deep neural networks for acoustic modelling (for both ASR and TTS ). Before joining Google he worked at IBM Research in the areas of handwriting, audio-visual speech, face and fingerprint recognition as well as video privacy protection and visual tracking.
This talk is part of the CUED Speech Group Seminars series.
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