In this talk I'll cover the basics of speech recognition, and how we use machine learning to model both acoustics of speech and language. I'll talk about some of the things we have to do so that speech recognition works across speakers and languages, and the reasons why speech technology is becoming increasingly popular.
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Catherine is a research engineer at Amazon working on speech technology, dialogue, language and machine learning. She holds a PhD in Engineering from Cambridge University, and has since spent time working on speech technology in both industry and academia.