February 24-26, 2016
Montreal, Canada

Speech Recognition in Java

Have you ever wanted to build your own Siri? Building a custom speech recognizer may be easier than you think. Java has many many open source tools for DIY speech recognition, including state-of-the art libraries like deeplearning4j, caffe, and CMUSphinx. In this session, we will demonstrate a few of these tools in action and show you how to use them to build a robust and accurate voice user interface for Java applications.

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Breandan Considine

Breandan is a software engineer and developer advocate. He enjoys machine learning, speaking at conferences, and learning from other software developers.

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