Interspeech 2020 Monday

Interspeech is overwhelming as usual. Thosands of papers and ideas, lives and thoughts.

On one hand I kind of like online format when you can participate in discussions sitting at home with a cup of tea. You can visit the presentation without running cross the floors, no need to hurry. On the other hand, I miss Shanghai which I really wanted to visit.

Monday seems to be very active day, Tuesday not so much. I bookmarked more than 50 entries myself, I won’t list them here. Here are just some major ones:

And the paper of the day:

Mon-3-7-1 Continual Learning in Automatic Speech Recognition

Very important research and step in the right direction. Unfortuantely this work misses the core component that we implemented Vosk, so it is not that efficient as it might be.