Linguistics PhD student, Joshua Meyer, working with organization for the blind to create screen reading software for Kyrgyz-speaking peopleJoshua Meyer and Empower Blind People (a community-based organization in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan), are collaborating to create speech synthesis software for the Kyrgyz language which will be used in an open-source screen-reading program (NVDA) for... read more
Joshua Meyer, a computational linguistics PhD student working on automatic speech recognition for low resource languages, has been awarded an NSF GROW grant as well as a STEM Chateaubriand Fellowship (from the French Embassy in the United States) to... read more
Colleen Patton will go to Brittany, France under a Chateaubriand Fellowship for dissertation researchIn Spring 2017, Colleen Patton will be a visiting researcher at Université Rennes 2 in France as one of 17 national recipients of the Chateaubriand Fellowship for Humanities and Social Sciences. The Fellowship funds 4 months of dissertation research... read more
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