History[ edit ] Warren McCulloch and Walter Pitts  created a computational model for neural networks based on mathematics and algorithms called threshold logic.
Early work[ edit ] In three Bell Labs researchers, Stephen.
Davis built a system called ' Audrey ' an automatic digit recognizer for single-speaker digit recognition. Their system worked by locating the formants in the power spectrum of each utterance.
Gunnar Fant developed the source-filter model of speech production and published it inwhich proved to be a useful model of speech production. Raj Reddy was the first person to take on continuous speech recognition as a graduate student at Stanford University in the late s.
Previous systems required the users to make a pause after each word. Reddy's system was designed to issue spoken commands for the game of chess. Also around this time Soviet researchers invented the dynamic time warping DTW algorithm and used it to create a recognizer capable of operating on a word vocabulary.
Although DTW would be superseded by later algorithms, the technique of dividing the signal into frames would carry on.
Achieving speaker independence was a major unsolved goal of researchers during this time period. InDARPA funded five years of speech recognition research through its Speech Understanding Research program with ambitious end goals including a minimum vocabulary size of 1, words.
It was thought that speech understanding would be key to making progress in speech recognition, although that later proved to not be true. Despite the fact that CMU's Harpy system met the original goals of the program, many predictions turned out to be nothing more than hype, disappointing DARPA administrators.
Four years later, the first ICASSP was held in Philadelphiawhich since then has been a major venue for the publication of research on speech recognition. Under Fred Jelinek's lead, IBM created a voice activated typewriter called Tangora, which could handle a 20, word vocabulary by the mid s.
Jelinek's group independently discovered the application of HMMs to speech. Katz introduced the back-off model inwhich allowed language models to use multiple length n-grams. As the technology advanced and computers got faster, researchers began tackling harder problems such as larger vocabularies, speaker independence, noisy environments and conversational speech.
In particular, this shifting to more difficult tasks has characterized DARPA funding of speech recognition since the s. For example, progress was made on speaker independence first by training on a larger variety of speakers and then later by doing explicit speaker adaptation during decoding.
Further reductions in word error rate came as researchers shifted acoustic models to be discriminative instead of using maximum likelihood estimation. This processor was extremely complex for that time, since it carried However, nowadays the need of specific microprocessor aimed to speech recognition tasks is still alive: By this point, the vocabulary of the typical commercial speech recognition system was larger than the average human vocabulary.
The Sphinx-II system was the first to do speaker-independent, large vocabulary, continuous speech recognition and it had the best performance in DARPA's evaluation. Handling continuous speech with a large vocabulary was a major milestone in the history of speech recognition.
Huang went on to found the speech recognition group at Microsoft in Raj Reddy's student Kai-Fu Lee joined Apple where, inhe helped develop a speech interface prototype for the Apple computer known as Casper. Apple originally licensed software from Nuance to provide speech recognition capability to its digital assistant Siri.
Four teams participated in the EARS program: EARS funded the collection of the Switchboard telephone speech corpus containing hours of recorded conversations from over speakers.
Google 's first effort at speech recognition came in after hiring some researchers from Nuance. The recordings from GOOG produced valuable data that helped Google improve their recognition systems.
Google voice search is now supported in over 30 languages. In the United States, the National Security Agency has made use of a type of speech recognition for keyword spotting since at least Recordings can be indexed and analysts can run queries over the database to find conversations of interest.
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