Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

April 5, 2016, GPU Technology Conference, San Jose, CA—William Chan from Carnegie Mellon University described a different way to extract textural content from speech. The conversational speech recorder and text translator may be more suitable for mobile devise as it requires a much smaller memory footprint. Conversational speech recorders attempt to automatically transform acoustic signals [...]

March 3, 2015, San Francisco—The Khronos Group released the provisional specification for OpenCL, the open-source language for heterogeneous parallel computing. The intent is to enable a single code tree to execute on CPU, GPU DSP, and other hardware with dynamic system load and work balance across available processors. OpenCL offers two APIs and a kernel [...]

February 7, 2013, Electronic Imaging Conference, Burlingame, CA—Marti Hearst from UC Berkeley described the requirements for future search user interfaces for multimedia. The growing volume of non-text entries on the Web demands a different search UI. Many of the search principles for non-text search are highlighted in the website, which identifies the issues associated [...]