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In July 2017, Inria and Studio Maia joined forces within an Inria Innovation Lab named 'Voice Technologie'. The goal of this collaboration is to develop a software suite aimed at sound professionals for speech processing in the multimedia creation chain.
On 6 September Emmanuel Vincent, Inria research director in the Nancy centre's Multispeech team, received the International Speech Communication Association (ISCA) award for the best paper published in the journalComputer Speech and Languageover the last five years. The winning paper, published in 2013, presents the conclusions of the first 'CHiME' speech recognition challenge organised in 2011 by Emmanuel and his colleagues from the University of Sheffield.
Nominated to the national jury of the i-Lab contest, organised by Bpifrance and the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, Dynalips was created in 2015 within the Multispeech project team, jointly supported by Inria and the Loria. This lipsync technology is soon to be marketed by its own start-up. We will be finding more about it today.