The Applied Voice Input/Output Society (AVIOS) is a research group dedicated to "real world" applications using speech technology.
Automatic Speech Recognition
Creates a freely available, modular, state-of-the-art speech recognition system that can be easily modified to suit research needs.
Cassette of Phonetic Sounds
For speech researchers interested in a standard for phonetic sounds. From University College of London.
Centre for Speech Technology Research
A multidisciplinary research centre that undertakes application-oriented speech research mainly in the areas of speech recognition and synthesis. Has implemented useful software, like the Festival speech synthesis system. Interested in collaborating with
Farsi speech research
Speech processing in Farsi, especially speech enhancement, by Saeed Ayat, Tehran
From the Speech Recognition Group of the Technical University of Crete. Work in progress.
IHear Machine Hearing Research
Services, products and information to enable hearing in machines. Includes some demos and details of models of complex sound pattern recognition.
International Phonetic Association
Provides the academic community world-wide with a notational standard for the phonetic representation of all languages: the International Phonetic Alphabet.
LIMSI Spoken Language Processing Group
Main activities of the spoken language processing group cover the following domains: speech recognition, speech understanding, dialog systems, speaker and language recognition, speech translation and audio indexation.
Liberated Learning Project
Technology which automatically transcribes spoken language and displays it as readable text. Developing speech recognition technology as a means to accessible and barrier-free learning.
MIT Spoken Language Systems Group
Research initiatives for improving the interaction between people and computers via natural spoken language. Publications, news and events, and profiles of researchers.
Microsoft Speech Technology Group
Engages in research and development of speech technologies in a wide range of applications, including speech recognition (Whisper) and speech synthesis (Whistler) and Dr. Who.
NIST Speech Group
The Speech Group at NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) primarily engages in developing measurement methods, providing reference materials, coordinating community-wide benchmark tests within the research and development community and in
National Center for Sign Language and Gesture Resources
Boston University resource for experimantal and analyzed data (especially from native signers of ASL) to facilitate linguistic and computational research on signed languages and the gestural components of spoken languages.
"Negotiating through SPOken Language in E-commerce" project aims at contributing to the promotion of economic growth in the e-commerce and e-service area by improving speech to speech translation systems. Italian based research project has Europ
European research consortium investigating multisensorial interaction. Two year project examining technologies for speech-to-speech translation, the detection and expressions of emotional states, and core speech technologies for children begins Oct 2002.
Conducts research in the areas of speaker recognition (identification and verification), signature verification, speech recognition and handwriting recognition. Recognition engines and applications are currently being developed.
Russian Speech Database
Russian firm offering a large collection of .wav files containing Russian speaker samples on CD. Useful for voice and speech recognition research.
Speech Group ESAT/KULeuven Belgium
Site of the Leuven research group on speech technology (speech recognition, speech coding, and speech modification).
Speech Module of an AI Mind
A design for the speech recognition portion of a robot. Source code and theory.
Speech Processing and Signal Analysis Group FEL CTU
Czech Technical University research focusing on enhancement of speech in the running car environment, speech recognition and to creating of databases of natural language. Demo available for doing spectral subtraction on your own data.
Speech Recognition Group, Univ. of Cambridge
The Speech Recognition Group is part of the Machine Intelligence Lab at the University of Cambridge. Its primary area of research is large vocabulary speech transcription. Its research interests also include spoken dialogue systems, multimedia document re
Speech at Carnegie Mellon University
Dedicated to speech technology research, development, and deployment. Offers open source speech software, speech and language projects, publications, and resources.
Speech synthesis and prosody papers
Webpages of Dimitris Spiliotopoulos. Research in speech synthesis, intonation, prosody, natural language, talking robots.
Speech-based and Pervasive Interaction Group
Project is investigating non-visual, speech only user interfaces, especially focusing on how the interface design can make up for errors in recognition. Primarily Finnish lanquage will be used.
Speed of Sound, Inc.
Performs speech data collection and transcription in order to assist vendors and researchers in the training and evaluation of speech-recognition systems.
Technology and corpora for speech to speech translation project - includes information and details on the project, partners, public documents and news.
The Institute for Language, Speech and Hearing
University of Sheffield "Moby" project. A public domain word list for several languages, thesaurus, pronunciation guide and the complete works of Shakespeare
The Johns Hopkins Center for Language and Speech Processing (CLSP)
A university research program whose areas of research include language modeling, natural language processing, neural auditory processing, acoustic processing, optimality theory, and language acquisition. Information about its research, courses, seminars a
Univ. Of Pennsylvania Speech Resource
Linguistic Data Consortium - an open consortium of labs, companies and universities. It creates, collects and distributes speech and text databases, lexicons, and other resources for speech research and development purposes. Founded by ARPA 1992.
Speech recognition and synthesis based research activities and research papers. Particular focus on neural speech modeling, speech recognition and synthesis in virtual reality agents and virtual reality dramas.
VoiceXML Italian User Group
Developers exchange information, solutions, read news and meet other developers and people interested in Voice and Speech recognition technology. Mixed English/Italian site.
The WOZ (Wizard of Oz) experiment is a method used to help the developers verify their dialog models. Also a multimodal implementation for VoiceXML is given. Free binaries and source code.
WASPAA'97 Home page
IEEE 1997 Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics.
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