MUSAE Lab Research: From Anthropomorphic Speech Technologies to Human-Machine Interfaces and Health Diagnostics Tools
Keywords:anthropomorphic, speech processing, human-machine interface, health diagnostics, interdisciplinary
AbstractThis paper introduces the Multimedia/Mutimodal Signal Analysis and Enhancement (MuSAE) Laboratory, located at the Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS-EMT), University of Quebec, in Montre?al, Que?bec, Canada. The MuSAE Lab conducts award-winning interdisciplinary research at the crossroads of multimedia and biomedical signal processing, with the end-goal of developing innovative anthropomorphic technologies, intelligent human-machine interfaces, and next- generation health diagnostic tools. The ultimate aim of the paper is to highlight the expertise available at the MuSAE Lab, with the end goal of fostering new collaborations and partnerships with related professionals in Canada and abroad.
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