Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics
Automatically Learning the Structure of Spoken Language Without Supervision
Aren Jansen, Google Machine Hearing Group
Blair Kaneshiro and Jacek P. Dmochowski will talk about the connection between neuroimaging methods (i.e. EEG, MEG, fMRI, etc.) and music-information retrieval.
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Computational modeling of early language acquisition – Bridging the gap between acoustic input and high-level linguistic representations
Who: Okko Räsänen (Stanford and Aalto University)
What: Computational modeling of early language acquisition
Bridging the gap between acoustic input and high-level linguistic representations
When: 11AM on Friday June 19, 2015
Where: CCRMA Seminar Room
Friday, June 12th
Installation open from 7-9pm
Cathleen Grado presents:
"Transmissions from Real to Imaginary Places"
The installation addresses the impermanence of memory and the ways space and location affect cumulative sensory experiences. The third iteration in an ongoing series, the work is composed of soundmarks from multiple geographic locations over the duration of several years.
Refreshments will be served.
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