The NESPOLE! Speech to Speech Translation System

Abstract : The main goal of NESPOLE! is to advance the state-of-the-art of speech-to-speech translation in realistic scenarios and involving naive users. The first showcase presented in this demonstration involves an English, French, or German speaking client enquiring about winter-sports possibilities in the Trentino region of the Italian Alps via a NetMeeting(r) connection. His or her questions are answered by Italian-speaking agent at APT, while the NESPOLE! system provides speech-to-speech translation and a multimodal Whiteboard, which users can use to point to shared web-sites or draw on shared maps, therefore enhancing the oral comminication with extra capabilities.
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Florian Metze, John Mcdonough, Hagen Soltau, Alex Waibel, Alon Lavie, et al.. The NESPOLE! Speech to Speech Translation System. Human Language Technologies 2002, Mar 2002, San Diego - California, Botswana. 6 p. ⟨inria-00326408⟩

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