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Introduction of semantic information in speech recognition

Orateur : Stéphane Level Date : le 12 septembre 2019 à 10h30 – C005 Résumé : Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) is a growing industry. Indeed, there is an increasing demand from the industry for recognition systems or voice commands. The industrial use of this technology requires to have reliable and performing methodology. Current automatic speech …

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Natural Language Processing: Online hate speech against migrants

Orateur : Ashwin Geet D’Sa Date : le 29 août 2019 à 10h30 – C005 Résumé : The spectacular expansion of the Internet led to the development of a new sector in the natural language processing field: automatic Hate Speech detection, as in many countries hate speech is prohibited. There is no clear and formal …

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Semi-supervised triplet loss based learning of ambient audio embeddings

Orateur : Nicolas Turpault Date : le 2 mai 2019 à 10h30 – C005 Résumé : Deep neural networks are particularly useful to learn relevant representations from data. Recent studies have demonstrated the potential of unsupervised representation learning for ambient sound analysis using various flavors of the triplet loss. They have compared this approach to …

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Expressive Text Driven Audio-Visual Speech Synthesis

Orateur : Sara Dahmani Date : le 29 avril 2019 à 140h00 – C005 Résumé : In recent years, the performance of speech synthesis systems has been improved thanks to deep learning-based models, but generating expressive audiovisual speech is still an open issue. The variational auto-encoders (VAE)s are recently proposed to learn latent representations of …

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Traitement automatique et mesure d’intelligibilité de la parole pathologique

Orateur : Imed Laaridh Date : le 24 avril 2019 à 14h00 – C005 Résumé : L’intelligibilité de la parole est au cœur des interactions humaines. La problématique de son évaluation intéresse particulièrement la qualité de la transmission de la parole à travers différents milieux ou transducteurs, la compréhensibilité de la parole en cas de …

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VoiceTechnology and Studio Maia

Orateurs : Mathieu Hu et Yassine Boudi Date : le 28 mars 2019 à 10h30 – C103 Résumé : VoiceTechnology is a joint project between Inria innovation Lab and the recording studio Studio Maia. The goal of the project was to adapt methods of automatic speech recognition, speaker spotting and speech synthesis to the specific …

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Hunting Echoes for Auditory Scene Analysis

Orateur : Diego DI CARLO Date : le 21 mars 2019 à 10h30 – C005 Résumé : Did you remember the Marvel’s movie about the superhero Daredevil? He is blind, but thanks to an enhanced hearing he become a radar-man: he can visualize the sound propagation and so retrieve an image of the surrounding space. …

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Generative FLOW for expressive speech synthesis

Orateur : Ajinkya Kulkarni Date : le 14 février 2019 à 10h30 – C005 Résumé : Recently, Generative FLOW based architecture have been proposed for generating high quality image generation. The major challenges in machine learning domain are ability to learn the representation from few data points and ability to generate new data from learned …

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SING: Symbol-to-Instrument Neural Generator

Orateur : Alexandre Défossez Date : le 10 janvier 2019 à 13h00 – B011 Résumé : Recent progress in deep learning for audio synthesis opens the way to models that directly produce the waveform, shifting away from the traditional paradigm of relying on vocoders or MIDI synthesizers for speech or music generation. Despite their successes, …

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