Web Conf • September 22nd, 6:00 PM CET

A Glimpse at the Future of NLP
from Spoken Audio Translation

Recent advances in deep learning are giving the possibility to address traditional NLP tasks in a new and completely different manner. One of these tasks is spoken language translation, addressed for years by cascading automatic speech recognition and a machine translation system. New trends rely on using a single neural network to directly translate the input audio signal in one language into a text in a different language without intermediate transcription steps.

In this conference, researcher Marco Turchi will present his recent advancements in end-to-end speech translation and will analyze the benefit of directly accessing the audio in two different tasks: subtitle generation and mitigating the gender bias in spoken language translation. Then, we will have a look at some of the most advanced projects in NLP and will discuss its future with top experts.

Keynote

Marco Turchi

Head of the Human Language Technology Machine Translation group at Fondazione Bruno Kessler. Visiting Fellow at the University of Bristol, Department of Engineering Mathematics, Pattern Analysis and Intelligent Systems group.

He is the co-organizer of the Conference of Machine Translation, the on Spoken Language Translation and of the automatic post-editing evaluation campaigns. He has been involved in several EU projects such as SMART, Matecat, ModernMT and QT21. He is the recipient of the Amazon AWS ML Research Awards on the topic of end-to-end spoken language translation in rich data conditions.

Panel

Hassan Sawaf

He has served as a CEO or Chief Scientist for several ventures in the speech recognition industry, including eBay, Amazon, and Facebook.

Paolo Paravento

CEO of PerVoice, part of Almawave Group, a leading company in ASR and former  Innovation Manager in major multinationals.

Marco Trombetti

Founder and CEO of Translated, pioneer of the application of AI in the translation field; founder and CEO of Pi Campus, a VC fund for AI startups.

Sébastien Bratières

Pi School Managing Director and Translated AI Director. PhD in probabilistic machine learning at the University of Cambridge, 

Laurent Besacier

Computer Science Professor at University of Grenoble Alpes. Previously, he was invited scientist at IBM Watson Research Center.

Dario Franceschini

PerVoice CTO, partner ELITR (European Live Translator) and EU-BRIDGE (Automatic transcription and subtitling) projects.

Simone Scardapane

Assistant professor at Sapienza University (Rome), co-founder of the Italian Association for Machine Learning.

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