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WASPAA papers on source localisation & source separation

I am delighted that three of our papers were accepted for WASPAA 2021! Aidan Hogg's work [1] proposes to combine spectral features (voice pitch) and spatial features (source direction-of-arrival) in order to track multiple, competing speakers in complex scenarios. Vincent Neo's work [2] proposes to exploit spatial, temporal - and hence spectral...

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Invited Talk @ The Clarity Workshop on Machine Learning Challenges for Hearing Aids (Clarity-2021)

Audio signals encapsulate vital cues about our surrounding environments. However, in everyday environments, audio signals are adversely affected by ambient noise, reverberation, and interference from multiple, competing sources. Therefore, algorithms for acoustic source localization and tracking are required to enable machines (e.g., robots, smart assistants, hearables) to focus on and...

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Trustworthy Human-Robot Teams

Our Agile project on "Trustworthy Human-Robot Teams", funded by the Trustworthy Autonomous Systems (TAS) Hub, will explore the different aspects related to trust within and towards human-robot teams. The project will investigate two essential tasks: robot-assisted surgery and cleaning robots. ...

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Living with AI Podcast

Curious to find out what artificial intelligence (AI) means for society and everyday life? Tune in to the "Living with AI" Podcast by the UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Hub. We discuss the challenges and opportunities of equipping machines with artificial intelligence. Episodes focus on technologies ranging from voice assistants and...

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UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Hub

I am thrilled to be part of the UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems (TAS) Hub, led by Prof Gopal Ramchurn. From Sep' 2020, the TAS Hub will provide bring together a team from the Universities of Southampton, Nottingham, and King’s College London in order to provide a collaborative platform for research on...

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