Catalogue technologique

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    Automatic translation of text breaks the language barrier: It allows instant access to information in foreign languages. Lire la suite
     

    Target users and customers

    • Researchers
    • Developers
    • Integrators

    Application sectors

    As translation quality is far below the work of professional human translators, machine translation is targeted to situations where instant access and low cost are key and high quality is not demanded, for example:

    • Internet search (cross-language document retrieval)
    • Internet (on-the-fly translation of foreign-language websites or news feeds)
     
    Q-Tech-MOVEA-Movea-visuel
    Motion processing engine for Interactive TV Lire la suite
     

    Target users and customers

    • Systems integrators
    • OEMs
    • Service providers
    • Application developers to take advantage of Movea’s state-of-the-art motion processing technology

    Application sectors

    • Man-machine interactions
    • Remote control
    • Digital TV
    • Video Games
    • Peripherals
    • Smart Home
     
    Vocapia Research provides a language identification technology* that can identify languages in audio data. (* Under license from LIMSI-CNRS) Lire la suite
     

    Target users and customers

    The targeted users and customers of language recognition technologies are actors in the multimedia and call center sectors, including academic and industrial organizations, as well as actors in the defense domain, interested in the processing of audio documents, and in particular if the collection of documents contains multiple languages.

    Application sectors

    A language identification system can be run prior to a speech recognizer. Its output is used to load the appropriate language dependent speech recognition models for the audio document.

    Alternatively, the language identification might be used to dispatch audio documents or telephone calls to a human operators fluent in the corresponding identified language.

    Other potential applications also involve the use of LID as a front-end to a multi-lingual translation system. This technology can also be part of automatic system for spoken data retrieval or automatic enriched transcriptions.

     
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    A Question Answering system allows the user to ask questions in natural language and to obtain one or several answers. For boolean and generic questions, our system is able to generate potential questions and to return the corresponding answers. Lire la suite
     

    Target users and customers

    End-user application, Question-Answering is the easiest way to find information for everybody: ask the question as you want and obtain answers, not snippets or pages.

    Application sectors

    Search and find precise answers in any collection of texts, from the Web or any other source (voice recognition, optical character recognition, etc.), with eventual correction of the source text, ability to generate questions from generic requests, eventually a single word, ability to find similar questions and their answers, etc.

    Monolingual and multilingual Question-Answering system. Languages: English, French (+ Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, with partners using the same API).

     
    Corinat_LPO-v2
    Language Resources production infrastructure Lire la suite
     

    Target users and customers

    • Linguistic resources providers
    • Audio content transcribers; Media transcribers
    • Speech processing users and developers

    Application sectors

    • Language resources production
    • Speech technology industry
    • Media subtitling, conferences and meetings transcription services
     
    Q-Tech-INRIA-KIWI-visuel
    Keyword extractor Lire la suite
     

    Target users and customers

    The targeted users and customers are the multimedia industry actors, and all academic or industrial laboratories interested in textual document processing.

    Application sectors

    • Textual and multimedia document processing
     
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    Transcription of human speech into written word sequences Lire la suite
     

    Target users and customers

    Companies who want to integrate the transcription of human speech into their products.

    Application sectors

    Speech-to-Text technology is key to indexing multimedia content as it is found in multimedia databases or in video and audio collections on the World Wide Web, and to make it searchable by human queries. In addition, it offers a natural interface for submitting and executing queries.

    This technology is further part of speech-translation services. In combination with machine translation technology, it is possible to design machines that take human speech as input and translate it into a new language. This can be used to enable human-to-human combination across the language barrier or to access languages in a cross-lingual way.

     
    Q-Tech-Vocapia-automatic speechtranscription-visuel
    Vocapia Research develops core multilingual large vocabulary speech recognition technologies* for voice interfaces and automatic audio indexing applications. This speech-to-text technology is available for multiple languages. (* Under license from LIMSI-CNRS) Lire la suite
     

    Target users and customers

    The targeted users and customers of speech-to-text transcription technologies are actors in the multimedia and call center sector, including academic and industrial organizations interested in the automatic mining processing of audio or audiovisual documents.

    Application sectors

    This core technology can serve as the basis for a variety of applications: multilingual audio indexing, teleconference transcription, telephone speech analytics, transcription of speeches, subtitling…

    Large vocabulary continuous speech recognition is the key technology for enabling content-based information access in audio and audiovisual documents. Most of the linguistic information is encoded in the audio channel of audiovisual data, which once transcribed can be accessed using text-based tools.

    Via speech recognition, spoken document retrieval can support random access using specific criteria to relevant portions of audio documents, reducing the time needed to identify recordings in large multimedia
    databases. Some applications are data-mining, news-on-demand, and
    media monitoring.

     
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    Ircamsummary software creates automatically a music summary of an audio file. It also estimates the temporal structure of a music file in terms of repetition of similar parts Lire la suite
     

    Target users and customers

    Automatic music summary generation aims at providing informative audio preview of the content of a music file (rather than the commonly used first 30s). It can therefore benefit to any service providing access to music items requiring a quick preview of the music files such as music providers, online music portals. It can also be installed on a personal computer as a preview of the local user’s music collection.

    Automatic music structure estimation provides the description of the temporal organization of music files in terms of repetition of parts over time. It can be used for visualization and interaction with the playing of a music file (intelligent forward/ backward, accessing directly the most repeated parts). It can benefit to any developer of music players or software for music interaction.

    Application sectors

    • Online music providers
    • Online music portals
    • Music players developers
    • Music software developers
     
    Q-Tech-INRA-TYDI-visuel
    A platform for the validation, structuration and export of termino-ontologies Lire la suite
     

    Target users and customers

    The primary use of TyDI is the design of termino-ontologies for the indexation of textual documents. It can therefore be of great help for most  projects involved in natural language processing.

    Application sectors

    • Terminology structuration
    • Textual document indexation
    • Natural language processing
     
 
 
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