How to Control Your React App With Your Voice

Build voice-activated interfaces using the Chrome Speech Recognition API

How to build your own Python Voice Assistant

Howdy folks, In this tutorial, you will learn how to build your own personal voice assistant like Jarvis using Python.

Train Conversational AI in 3 lines of code with NeMo and Lightning

In this article we’ll highlight some of the great features within NeMo, steps to building your own ASR model on LibriSpeech and how to to fine-tune models on your own datasets across different languages.

A Journey to Speech Recognition using TensorFlow

Nowadays, we can use high precision voice recognition in our smartphone or any smart devices. However, those systems are provided by big companies like Google, Amazon or Apple, and are not free. In this tutorial, you'll see how to Create a Seq2Seq model for speech recognition using TensorFlow and use it in browser. A Journey to Speech Recognition using TensorFlow

NVIDIA NeMo — Building Custom Speech Recognition Model

In this notebook, we will try how to create an Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR). In this tutorial, we will use the LibriSpeech dataset.

You Are Totally Going To Love My 2020 USA Candidates' Speeches Analysis

In this article we have used 30 videos from the two politicians, relatively uniformly spread from January 2020 until today (September 2020), to demonstrate how speech analytics can be used to extract valuable conclusions from such data.

Automatic Speech Recognition for the Indian Accent

Automatic Speech Recognition for the Indian Accent. In this article, I’ll walk you through the process of fine-tuning DeepSpeech using the Indic dataset, but you can easily follow this for other English datasets too.

Generating Subtitles Automatically using Mozilla DeepSpeech

Intermediate understanding of Python, some familiarity with Automatic Speech Recognition Engines, and a basic understanding of signal processing will be great. This is my first article on Medium. If you have any suggestions/doubts please comment them down.

Speech Analytics Part -3, Creating a SpeechToText Classifier

A simple Speech To Text Classifier Algorithm made from Scratch for Beginners. Making a sound model is very similar to making a Data, NLP or Computer Vision. The most important part is to understand the Basics of sound wave and how we pre-process it to put it in a model.

Speech Analytics Part -1, Basics of Speech Analytics

Learn about the basics properties of sound wave, how to extract features and pre-process them in this part. Speech signals are sound signals, defined as pressure variations travelling through the air. These variations in pressure can be described as waves and correspondingly they are often called sound waves. Sound wave can be described by five characteristics: Wavelength, Amplitude, Time-Period, Frequency and Velocity or Speed

Speech detection using Mel-Frequency(MFCC) in R Studio!

Speech detection using Mel-Frequency(MFCC) in R Studio! A practical guide to implementing speech detection with the help of MFCC ( Mel-frequency Cepstral Coefficient) feature extraction.

Speech Analytics, Sound Analytics in TorchAudio

Learn how to do sound pre-processing in TorchAudio. The landscape of DataScience is changing everyday. In the last few years we have seen numerous number of research and advancement in NLP and Computer Vision field.

The CHIME-6 Challenge Review

The CHIME-6 Challenge Review: In this article, let’s discuss the highlights of the recent speech separation and recognition challenge as well as some tricks used by the winners.

Torch: Spoken digits recognition from features to model.

Explore the features extracted from voice data and the different approaches to building a model based on the features.

Creating a Speech Recognition App in Angular

First of all, we have to create a new Angular project by using the below command in the terminal. I assume that you have installed Angular-CLI, but if you haven't then the below command won’t work.

Beginner’s Guide to NVIDIA NeMo

A toolkit to develop and train speech and language models.The piece provide you with a glimpse on the fundamental concepts behind NVIDIA NeMo. It is an extremely powerful tookit when it comes to building your own state of the art models for conversational AI. For your information, a typical conversational AI pipeline consists of the following domains:

Extracting Speech from Video using Python

In this post, I will show you how to extract speeches from a video recording file. After recognizing the speeches we will convert them into a text document. This will be a simple machine learning project, that will help you to understand some basics of the Google Speech Recognition library. Speech Recognition is a popular topic under machine learning concepts. Speech Recognition is getting used more in many fields. For example, the subtitles that we see on Netflix shows or YouTube videos are created mostly by machines using Artificial Intelligence. Other great examples of speech recognizers are personal voice assistants such as Google’s Home Mini, Amazon Alexa, Apple’s Siri. Extracting Speech from Video using Python.

5 AI/ML Research Papers on Speech Recognition You Must Read

In this paper, we report state-of-the-art results on LibriSpeech among end-to-end speech recognition models without any external training data. Our model, Jasper, uses only 1D convolutions, batch normalization, ReLU, dropout, and residual connections.

Let AI write your Blog — AutoBlog

Let AI write your Blog — AutoBlog. Create blog posts semi-automatically from video presentations

Speech Recognition and Speech Synthesis on Angular

I was writing a chat bot where a user interacts with a machine learning powered bot, then I wanted to write a general example application for anybody to use it. In this application, there will not be any intelligence. The bot will simply recite what it heard so that anyone can implement his/her own logic. Speech Recognition And Speech Synthesis on Angular