SIIP Field Test In Lisbon | March 29th 2017
Funded by the European Commission, the SIIP research project is a break-through Speaker Identification solution which is based on a novel Speaker Identification (SID) engine and Global Information Sharing Mechanism (GISM) which will assist in the identification of unknown speakers in a wide range of audio sources including but not limited to lawfully intercepted calls, open-source and seized media.
SIIP advanced SID engine will fuse multiple speech analytic algorithms such as: Speaker-Model recognition, Gender detection, Age detection, Language & accent ID, Keyword & Taxonomy Spotting and Voice cloning detection.
This fusion aims to result in highly reliable and confident detection, keeping the false-positives & false-negatives to the minimum. Hence advancing the police investigation and forensic capabilities as well as judicial admissibility of the Speaker Identification Technology.
SIIP is being developed by an international consortium representing 19 partners including industrial companies, SMEs, Academic Institutes and end-users from 10 different European countries.
As the SIIP project entered its experimental phase, the SIIP consortium will present the SIIP system through a Filed Test Event on March 29th, 2017 in Lisbon, Portugal.
If you wish to attend this event, please complete the form below no later than February 28, 2017.
Participants are expected to include speaker identification researchers and experts, forensic experts and police investigators.