We aim to research and develop artificial intelligence technologies
to support human-human / human-machine communication
and foster successful human machine learning cooperation
of the better future of collaborative intelligence.
The HiTZ (Basque Center for Language Technology) hosts a webinar series on Language Technology with talks by key researchers in the field. More information on the HiTZ Webinar Series is available here.
As part of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Forum 2022 Special Track on ITCs and Indigenous Languages, WSIS, UNESCO, in collaboration with other stakeholders (including Nokia and ISOC) are co-organizing an online hackathon inviting all interested stakeholders to ideate and create ICT solutions that contribute to the intergenerational transmission, preservation, revitalization, and promotion of Indigenous languages. More information on the hackathon is available here.
Babies learn their first language through listening, talking, and interacting with adults. Can AI achieve the same goal without much low-level supervision? The workshop aims to connect researchers in self-supervision inside and outside the speech and audio fields to discuss cutting-edge technology, inspire ideas and collaborations, and drive the research frontier. More information on the AAAI-SAS Workshop is available here.
The workshop is held every two years and has a tradition of bringing together researchers from academia and industry in an intimate and collegial setting to discuss problems of common interest in automatic speech recognition and understanding. More information on the ASRU 2021 is available here.
The workshop is organized by Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women, Delhi, India. It aims to serve as a forum for discussion on the state-of-the-art research, development, and future trends of AI and machine learning for speech and natural language processing. More information on the AIST 2021 is available here.