ARM1

ARM1

Advanced Automatic Speech-to-Text Conversion System Dedicated for Internal Security Agencies

The goal of the project is to design and implement advanced speech-to-text conversion system dedicated to the agencies responsible for the homeland security. The system will offer the functionality of converting speech to text for Polish language, independent of the speaker and the vocabulary used by that speaker. Conversion to text will also be performed for speech recorded prior to processing under various acoustic conditions. Moreover, the system will perform large recording database indexing in order to enable efficient word phrase search.

 

The system operation will be guided by the needs of the end users, namely the internal security agencies, as far as the functionality,  vocabulary and  the utterance context are concerned. Such an approach will improve speech-to-text conversion accuracy.

Scheduled start date: 2013-04-25
Scheduled finish date: 2016-09-30
Status: current
 
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PCSS
Ewa Kuśmierek
ul. Jana Pawła II 10
61-139 Poznań
(+48 61) 858 21 94
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