Towards a breakthrough Speaker Identification approach for Law Enforcement Agencies: SIIP

Towards a breakthrough Speaker Identification approach for Law Enforcement Agencies: SIIP

submitted to European Intelligence and Security Conference, EISIC, 2017, September 11-13 2017, Dekelia Air Base, Attica, Greece. 

This paper describes SIIP (Speaker Identification Integrated Project) a high performance innovative and sustainable Speaker Identification (SID) solution, running over large voice samples database. The solution is based on development, integration and fusion of a series of speech analytic algorithms which includes speaker model recognition, gender identification, age identification, language and accent identification, keyword and taxonomy spotting. A full integrated system is proposed ensuring multisource data management, advanced voice analysis, information sharing and efficient and consistent man-machine interactions.

The paper counts with the participation of SAIL LABS´s head of research Gerhard Backfried. The work was presented at the European Intelligence and Security Conference, that happened during the 11th to 13th of September 2017 in Attica, Greece. To access the full article, please fill in the form below.

 

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