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The Summer 2014 edition of the IEEE Speech and Language Processing Technical Committee’s Newsletter is now online. It includes a number of announcements from the TC chair, as well as a number of articles collated by the editorial boarded. Subscribe to the newsletter to be automatically notified of the new editions. We believe the newsletter is an ideal forum for updates, reports, announcements and editorials, and encourage interested individuals to send us their contributions.
Florian Metze, Editor-in-chief
William Campbell, Editor
Haizhou Li, Editor
Patrick Nguyen, Editor
My term as editor-in-chief for the SLTC newsletter is over after two years. Serving for the newsletter has been an energizing experience for me.
Singapore’s rich linguistic landscape, carved by multicultural immigrants, its colonial heritage, and vibrant economic opportunities, makes Singapore a unique place to celebrate the diversity of spoken languages. With the arrival of INTERSPEECH held in Singapore in September 2014, we hope to offer you a taste of Singapore’s colorful multilingual landscape by contributing this news article.
The Member Election Subcommittee of the SLTC is seeking nominations for new SLTC Members. Nominations should be submitted to the Chair of the Member Election Subcommittee.
The 39th International Conference on Speech and Audio Processing was recently hosted in Florence, Italy from May 4-9th, 2014. In this article, we highlight upward and downward trends in the speech community, and compare this to last year’s ICASSP.
The 2014 IEEE Spoken Language Technology Workshop (SLT 2014) will be held in South Lake Tahoe, California and Nevada, on Dec 7-10, 2014. The main theme of the workshop will be "machine learning in spoken language technologies".
This is a special issue dedicated to continuous space and related methods in natural language processing to mark the merger of IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech and Language Processing and ACM Transactions on Speech and Language Processing. IEEE/ACM T-ASL features a brand new EDICS for Human Language Technology which reflects the growing interest of Natural Language Processing (NLP) research, recognizing the strong interactions between NLP and speech processing.
The Organizing Committee of INTERSPEECH 2015 is now inviting proposals for satellite workshops, which will be held in proximity to the main conference.
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