SPeech Enhancement for Augmented Reality (SPEAR) challenge 2022

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SPeech Enhancement for Augmented Reality (SPEAR) challenge 2022

2022
Listening in noisy reverberant environments can be challenging. The recent emergence of hearable devices, such as smart headphones, smart glasses and virtual/augmented reality headsets, presents an opportunity for a new class of speech and acoustic signal processing algorithms which use multimodal sensor data to compensate for, or even exploit, changes in head orientation. The SPEAR challenge will offer the opportunity for researchers to benchmark existing speech enhancement algorithms and stimulate new research interest in the context of head-worn microphone arrays where positional information is available to the algorithm.
 
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Technical Committee: Audio and Acoustic Signal Processing, Speech and Language Processing

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