Monday, May 17, 2010


I've been happily reading NLP ( and Machine Learning (, blogs for the past few years.  It's been a great way to see what other researchers are thinking about.  When reading conference papers or journal articles, the ideas are (more or less) completely formed.  I was initially skeptical, but research blog posts give an added and (more importantly) faster layer of insight and sharing of information.

So here's my drop in the ocean.

I expect the broad theme to be Spoken Language Processing research.  But it's impossible to discuss about this without drawing heavily from Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning and Signal Processing.  So I expect a fair amount of that too.

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