Build a list of recent research papers that relate to speech recognition. I'm particularly interested in speech recognition in noisy environments, and speech recognition of elderly people
Fifty recent research papers that relate to speech recognition have been entered on the attached spreadsheet. Topics include speech recognition in noisy environments, speech recognition of elderly people, the use of AI in speech recognition, and speech recognition of languages other than English, among other subjects.
To find the 50 papers that have been compiled on the attached spreadsheet, I first thoroughly read through the first Wonder request to obtain the preferred format and the types of research papers desired. I then fully searched the accepted papers for NIPS and ICML conferences, which led to approximately half the research papers on the list. To find the remaining papers, I searched reputable academic websites such as Google Scholar, Semantic Scholar, ScholarBank, arXiv, ScienceDirect, and ProQuest. In addition, I found several research papers on university websites as well. All papers have been written between 2010 and 2017.
Please note that the summaries of the papers have been taken directly from the abstracts as this is such a technical field I wanted to ensure the main ideas of the papers were communicated accurately. All research papers had either an abstract or executive summary from which I pulled the papers' descriptions for column B of the attached spreadsheet.
Moreover, although I was able to find numerous research papers on speech recognition in noisy environments and speech recognition of elderly people, there are several that address other aspects of speech recognition. This is because I was unable to identify 50 articles on those two subjects alone.
A list of 50 research papers about speech recognition, with particular emphasis on noisy environments and elderly people, have been compiled in the attached spreadsheet.