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Meeting assistant application

@inproceedings{Assayag2015MeetingAA,
  title={Meeting assistant application},
  author={Michel Assayag and Jonathan Huang and Jonathan Mamou and Oren Pereg and Saurav Sahay and Oren Shamir and Georg Stemmer and Moshe Wasserblat},
  booktitle={Interspeech},
  year={2015}
}
This paper describes the Meeting Assistant application developed at Intel. Unlike existing human-to-machine solutions, the challenges induced by human-to-human conversations are currently poorly addressed by the industry. In this paper, we describe the capabilities of in-house speech and NLP technologies: online automatic speech recognition, speaker diarization, keyphrase extraction and sentiment detection. These technologies has been adapted to conversational speech domain and integrated into… 

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