Whatever the source of information today, it is likely to put all of us in a never ending source of sadness and distress. We will not forget. It is important however that we have some altternatives to the information poor media circus unraveling all around us. Here is one alernative below. Other alternatives include all the other Saturday Morning Videos entries.
Before the events, Jonathan Le Roux sent me the following
I thought Nuit Blanche readers might be interested to know that they can now binge-watch the videos and slides for the Speech and Audio in the Northeast (SANE) 2015 workshop that Hank Liao and I organized at Google NY last month.
The talks were focused on the latest advances in deep learning methods for speech and audio, with applications from automatic speech recognition to audio source separation and audio event detection:
- Ron Weiss (Google) - "Training neural network acoustic models on (multichannel) waveforms"
- Tuomas Virtanen (Tampere University of Technology) - "Sound event detection in realistic environments using multilabel deep neural networks"
- John Hershey (MERL) - "Deep clustering: discriminative embeddings for single-channel separation of multiple sources"
- Pablo Sprechmann (NYU) - "Deep learning for solving inverse problems"
- Michael Mandel (Brooklyn College, CUNY) - "Multichannel Spatial Clustering for Far Field Speech Recognition in Mismatched Conditions"
- Paris Smaragdis (UIUC) - "NMF? Neural Nets? It’s all the same..."
Links to the talks and slides are on the workshop website (http://www.saneworkshop.org).
Here is a YouTube playlist with all the talks:
Thanks Jonathan, from the page:
Thursday, October 22 [Watch all talks on YouTube]Click on the talk title to jump to the abstract and bio, and on Poster Session for the list of posters.
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