Decoding the neural processing of speech

Maria J. Danford

I’ve not long ago crossed paths with this video of the NCS2020 ″Decoding the neural processing of speech” talk by Tobias Reichenbach, PhD from the Imperial University London, held last February at the Institute of Neurosciences of the College of Barcelona.

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You can go through a wee-summary of the video ahead of seeing it:

Summary. Knowing speech in noisy backgrounds involves selective focus to a certain speaker. People excel at this complicated activity, although existing speech recognition technological innovation still struggles when history sound is loud. The neural mechanisms by which we

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