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Giampiero Salvi:: Research

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Audio-visual object-action recognition (KTH, 2013-present)

In this project we are studying how vision and hearing can be integrated to improve the ability of a robot to interpret human activities. We will show that in many cases the combination of vision and hearing will make it possible to disambiguate human actions.

Joint work with Alessandro Pieropan and Hedvig Kjellström

Free Resources for Automatic Speech Recognition (KTH, 1998-present)

I am a free software user, developer and enthusiast. I have long been working towards creating free resources for speech technology. Some of the software I contributed to develop is available here: http://www.speech.kth.se/software/ Free resources for Automatic Speech Recognition are available here: http://www.speech.kth.se/asr/

Joint work with Niklas Vanhainen

Biologically Inspired Automatic Speech Understanding (KTH, 2010-present)

The aim of the project is develop more flexible speech interfaces by drawing inspiration on how humans learn to interact by speech and language.

Joint work with Niklas Vanhainen and Gopal Ananthakrishnan

BioASU related Publications

Contact (IST, Portugal, 2005-2008)

As infants, did we learn to perceive and produce gestures for manipulation and speech independently, or are these two learning processes linked? Should robots? http://eris.liralab.it/contact/

SynFace (KTH, 2001-2004)

SynFace is a technology that allows an animated talking face to be controlled by the incoming speech signal in real time.

In this project I developed the low latency phoneme recogniser that permits to extract the information necessary to drive the face movements from the incoming speech in realy time.

This is the project home page, and this is the home page of the spin-off company SynFace AB

Synface related Publications