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- New Datasets to Democratize Speech Recognition Technology
We’ve trained and are open-sourcing a neural net called Whisper that approaches human level robustness and accuracy on English speech recognition. Read Paper View Code View Model Card Whisper…
The last two years have been some of the most exciting and highly anticipated in Automatic Speech Recognition’s (ASR’s) long and rich history, as we saw multiple enterprise-level fully neural network…
In a recent white paper, former Scholastic president of education Margery Mayer dubbed 2021 the “year of speech recognition” in education. And she may ...
Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley have developed a method for fooling voice-to-speech transcription. Voice assistant attacks? Yikes.
Study funded by Facebook aims to improve communication with paralysed patients
MLCommons.org introduces two new public datasets for speech recognition. The People’s Speech is the first large-scale, permissively licensed ASR dataset that includes diverse speech and environments.
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