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    1. Johns Hopkins scientists to build machine translation system for obscure languages

      Johns Hopkins scientists to build machine translation system for obscure languages

      Johns Hopkins scientists to build machine translation system for obscure languages Team receives $10.7M grant from Office of the Director of National Intelligence Image caption: Languages like Khmer (pictured), which is spoken in Cambodia, are considered "low-resource" because there is relatively little written material available in these languages Image credit : Getty Images / Hadynyah By Arthur Hirsch / Published Oct 9, 2017 A team of computer scientists at Johns Hopkins University has won a $10.7 million grant from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to create an information retrieval and translation system for languages that are not widely ...

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    2. Voice technology education at Johns Hopkins gets a boost from Amazon

      Voice technology education at Johns Hopkins gets a boost from Amazon

      Search Voice technology education at Johns Hopkins gets a boost from Amazon JHU among four school chosen for support from Alexa Fund Fellowship, which will encourage advances in voice communication between people, machines By Phil Sneiderman / Published March 2, 2017 At a time when more home, office, and vehicle devices respond to vocal commands, Amazon has selected Johns Hopkins University among the first four schools to receive support from the Alexa Fund Fellowship, a new program designed to encourage advances in voice communication between people and machines. Amazon has entered this field with Alexa, a voice service that powers devices ...

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