Oxford Wave Research Team Ready for IAFPA 2023 Conference

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Oxford Wave Research staff are very excited to be attending the upcoming International Association of Forensic Phonetics and Acoustics (IAFPA) Conference, organised this year by the Centre for Forensic Phonetics and Acoustics (CFPA) at the University of Zurich and the Zurich Forensic Science Institute (FOR). We will be presenting a number of papers on our most recent work in the field of voice biometrics and audio processing. Have a look at the list of the presentations co-authored by the OWR researchers in collaboration with distinguished academicians and forensic scientists below:
  • A convincing voice clone? Automatic voice similarity assessment for synthetic speech samples
    Linda GerlachFinnian Kelly, Kirsty McDougall, and Anil Alexander
  • PASS (Phonetic Assessment of Spoofed Speech): Towards a human-expert-based framework for spoofed speech detection
    Daniel Denian Lee, Kirsty McDougall, Finnian Kelly, and Anil Alexander
  • CON(gruence)-plots for assessing agreement between voice comparison systems
    Michael Jessen, Anil Alexander, Thomas Coy, Oscar Forth, and Finnian Kelly
  • Automatic Speaker Recognition: does dialect switching matter?
    Marlon Siewert, Linda Gerlach, Anil Alexander, Gea de Jong-Lendle, Alfred Lameli, and Roland Kehrein
  • Impact of the mismatches in long-term acoustic features upon different-speaker ASR scores
    Chenzi XU, Paul Foulkes, Philip Harrison, Vincent HughesPoppy Welch, Jessica Wormwald, Finnian Kelly, and David van der Vloed
  • Effects of vocal variation on the output of an automatic speaker recognition system
    Vincent Hughes, Jessica Wormwald, Paul Foulkes, Philip Harrison, Poppy Welch, Chenzi Xu, Finnian Kelly, and David van der Vloed