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Published in TC News on 1 October 2015
by Florian Metze (Reposted from the SLTC Newsletter)
Welcome to the Fall 2015 edition of the IEEE Speech and Language Processing Technical Committee's Newsletter! This issue of the newsletter includes 5 articles and announcements from 11 contributors, including our own staff reporters and editors. Thank you all for your contributions!
We believe the newsletter is an ideal forum for updates, reports, announcements and editorials which don't fit well with traditional journals. We welcome your contributions, as well as calls for papers, job announcements, comments and suggestions. You can submit job postings here, submit Calls for Papers or Participation here, and send mail to email@example.com to propose articles.
To subscribe to the Newsletter, send an email with the command "subscribe speechnewsdist" in the message body to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Florian Metze, Editor-in-chief
Haizhou Li, Editor
Andrew Rosenberg, Editor
Izhak Shafran, Editor
Edited by Andrew Rosenberg
Edited by Andrew Rosenberg
The Member Election Subcommittee of the SLTC is seeking nominations for new SLTC Members. Nominations should be submitted by filling out the web form at https://www.icsi.berkeley.edu/icsi/ieee_form.
ICASSP 2016 will be held in Shanghai, Mar. 20-25, 2016. Submission deadline for regular papers will be September 25, 2015.
The IEEE Spoken Language Technology Workshop series focuses on promoting the progress made on the different fields of speech and language technologies and their impact on human life. The Speech and Language Technical Committee has the pleasure to announce San Juan, Puerto Rico as the venue for the next SLT 2016 from Dec 13-16. Puerto Rico, located in the Caribbean, is an amazing location and is easily accessible from the US and other parts of the world.
Rockit (http://www.rockit-project.eu/) is an EU coordinated support action with the goal of establishing a roadmap about the future of Conversational Interaction Technologies. The resulting roadmap will be communicated to the EC to influence the future European funding priorities setting, as well as it will coordinate and guide research and business communities efforts. To this end, the Conversational Interaction Technology Innovation Alliance (CITIA, http://citia.lt-innovate.eu/) has been founded.
Parts 6 and 7 of the historical perspective are now available.
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