Search Results for author: Iroro Orife

Found 15 papers, 8 papers with code

A Generalized Bandsplit Neural Network for Cinematic Audio Source Separation

1 code implementation5 Sep 2023 Karn N. Watcharasupat, Chih-Wei Wu, Yiwei Ding, Iroro Orife, Aaron J. Hipple, Phillip A. Williams, Scott Kramer, Alexander Lerch, William Wolcott

Cinematic audio source separation is a relatively new subtask of audio source separation, with the aim of extracting the dialogue, music, and effects stems from their mixture.

Audio Source Separation

ÌròyìnSpeech: A multi-purpose Yorùbá Speech Corpus

no code implementations29 Jul 2023 Tolulope Ogunremi, Kola Tubosun, Anuoluwapo Aremu, Iroro Orife, David Ifeoluwa Adelani

We introduce the \`{I}r\`{o}y\`{i}nSpeech corpus -- a new dataset influenced by a desire to increase the amount of high quality, freely available, contemporary Yor\`{u}b\'{a} speech.

Sentence

Looking Similar, Sounding Different: Leveraging Counterfactual Cross-Modal Pairs for Audiovisual Representation Learning

no code implementations12 Apr 2023 Nikhil Singh, Chih-Wei Wu, Iroro Orife, Mahdi Kalayeh

We additionally compare this approach to a strong baseline where we remove speech before pretraining, and find that dub-augmented training is more effective, including for paralinguistic and audiovisual tasks where speech removal leads to worse performance.

Contrastive Learning counterfactual +1

Learning Nigerian accent embeddings from speech: preliminary results based on SautiDB-Naija corpus

no code implementations12 Dec 2021 Tejumade Afonja, Oladimeji Mudele, Iroro Orife, Kenechi Dukor, Lawrence Francis, Duru Goodness, Oluwafemi Azeez, Ademola Malomo, Clinton Mbataku

We describe how the corpus was created and curated as well as preliminary experiments with accent classification and learning Nigerian accent embeddings.

Classification

MasakhaNER: Named Entity Recognition for African Languages

2 code implementations22 Mar 2021 David Ifeoluwa Adelani, Jade Abbott, Graham Neubig, Daniel D'souza, Julia Kreutzer, Constantine Lignos, Chester Palen-Michel, Happy Buzaaba, Shruti Rijhwani, Sebastian Ruder, Stephen Mayhew, Israel Abebe Azime, Shamsuddeen Muhammad, Chris Chinenye Emezue, Joyce Nakatumba-Nabende, Perez Ogayo, Anuoluwapo Aremu, Catherine Gitau, Derguene Mbaye, Jesujoba Alabi, Seid Muhie Yimam, Tajuddeen Gwadabe, Ignatius Ezeani, Rubungo Andre Niyongabo, Jonathan Mukiibi, Verrah Otiende, Iroro Orife, Davis David, Samba Ngom, Tosin Adewumi, Paul Rayson, Mofetoluwa Adeyemi, Gerald Muriuki, Emmanuel Anebi, Chiamaka Chukwuneke, Nkiruka Odu, Eric Peter Wairagala, Samuel Oyerinde, Clemencia Siro, Tobius Saul Bateesa, Temilola Oloyede, Yvonne Wambui, Victor Akinode, Deborah Nabagereka, Maurice Katusiime, Ayodele Awokoya, Mouhamadane MBOUP, Dibora Gebreyohannes, Henok Tilaye, Kelechi Nwaike, Degaga Wolde, Abdoulaye Faye, Blessing Sibanda, Orevaoghene Ahia, Bonaventure F. P. Dossou, Kelechi Ogueji, Thierno Ibrahima DIOP, Abdoulaye Diallo, Adewale Akinfaderin, Tendai Marengereke, Salomey Osei

We take a step towards addressing the under-representation of the African continent in NLP research by creating the first large publicly available high-quality dataset for named entity recognition (NER) in ten African languages, bringing together a variety of stakeholders.

named-entity-recognition Named Entity Recognition +2

Towards Neural Machine Translation for Edoid Languages

no code implementations24 Mar 2020 Iroro Orife

Many Nigerian languages have relinquished their previous prestige and purpose in modern society to English and Nigerian Pidgin.

Machine Translation NMT +1

Improving Yorùbá Diacritic Restoration

1 code implementation23 Mar 2020 Iroro Orife, David I. Adelani, Timi Fasubaa, Victor Williamson, Wuraola Fisayo Oyewusi, Olamilekan Wahab, Kola Tubosun

Yor\`ub\'a is a widely spoken West African language with a writing system rich in orthographic and tonal diacritics.

The Marchex 2018 English Conversational Telephone Speech Recognition System

no code implementations5 Nov 2018 Seongjun Hahm, Iroro Orife, Shane Walker, Jason Flaks

In this paper, we describe recent performance improvements to the production Marchex speech recognition system for our spontaneous customer-to-business telephone conversations.

Language Modelling speech-recognition +1

Semi-Supervised Model Training for Unbounded Conversational Speech Recognition

no code implementations26 May 2017 Shane Walker, Morten Pedersen, Iroro Orife, Jason Flaks

For conversational large-vocabulary continuous speech recognition (LVCSR) tasks, up to about two thousand hours of audio is commonly used to train state of the art models.

Language Modelling speech-recognition +2

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