Funded by the European Commission, SIIP research project will develop a break-through Suspect Identification solution based on a novel Speaker Identification (SID) engine and Global Info Sharing Mechanism (GISM) which will identify unknown speakers that are captured in lawfully intercepted calls, in recorded crime or terror arenas and in any other type of speech medium and channel (including social-media).
SIIP advanced SID engine will fuse multiple speech analytic algorithms such as: Voiceprints recognition, Gender-ID, Age detection, Language& Accent ID, Keyword & Taxonomy Spotting and Voice cloning detection.
This fusion will result in highly reliable and confident detection, keeping the False-Positives & False-Negatives to the minimum and improving the judicial admissibility of the Speaker Identification Technology.
Idiap as well as Nuance are in days developing their speaker recognition engines in order to participate in NIST Speaker Recognition evaluation 2016 challenge:
A panel discussion will take place at the EAB (European Association for Biometrics) Conference 2016 will take place on 19-20 September in Darmstadt, Germany
Interpol press-release: http://www.interpol.int/News-and-media/News/2016/N2016-084
Thanks to all project members and guests for participating successful event in Rome
Next event will be in Carbineri officers school in Rome