This one-day workshop, a satellite event of Interspeech 2023, will bring together researchers from the fields of speech enhancement, speech and speaker recognition, computational hearing, and machine learning to discuss the robustness of speech processing in everyday environments, i.e., real-world conditions with acoustic clutter, where the number and nature of the sound sources is unknown and changing over time. Relevant research topics include (but are not limited to)
- training schemes: data simulation and augmentation, semi-supervised training,
- speaker identification and diarization,
- speaker localization and beamforming,
- single- or multi-microphone enhancement and separation,
- robust features and feature transforms,
- robust acoustic and language modeling,
- traditional or end-to-end robust speech recognition,
- robust speaker and language recognition,
- robust paralinguistics,
- cross-environment or cross-dataset performance analysis,
- environmental background noise modelling.
Papers reporting evaluation results on the CHiME-6 dataset or on other datasets are equally welcome.
As a focus for discussion, the workshop will host the 7th CHiME Speech Separation and Recognition Challenge (CHiME-7) made up of two tasks:
The first task (CHiME-7 DASR) focuses on distant automatic speech transcription and segmentation with multiple recording devices, especially on generalization across different array topologies.
The second task (CHiME-7 UDASE) focuses on unsupervised domain adaptation for conversational speech enhancement. It involves learning to suppress noise in multi-speaker conversational speech recordings using out-of-domain labeled data and in-domain unlabeled data.
- Naomi Harte, Professor in Speech Technology, Trinity College Dublin
- Wei-Ning Hsu, Research Scientist, Meta AI
For details please see the programme.
|25 Aug 2023
|Interspeech satellite workshop, Meta Ballsbridge Dublin Office, Serpentine Ave
The workshop will be held in the Meta offices on Serptentine Ave in the Ballsbridge neighborhood of Dublin. It is a 10-minute taxi ride from the main conference venue of the Convention Centre.
Make sure to get directions to “Meta Main Reception” on the Merrion Road (south) side of the building.
- Jon Barker Univ. of Sheffield, UK
- Emmanuel Vincent Inria, France
- Shinji Watanabe Carnegie Mellon University, USA
- Michael Mandel CUNY/Meta, USA
- Marc Delcroix NTT, Japan
- Leibny Paola Garcia Perera Johns Hopkins University, USA