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Understanding the Intent in NLU. in NLU and Dialogue methodology | by Raphael Pinto | Sep, 2021
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Understanding the Intent in NLU. in NLU and Dialogue methodology | by Raphael Pinto | Sep, 2021

in NLU and Dialogue methodologyFirstly... What history is this “NLU and Dialogue methodology”? This post is a continuation of Understanding chatbots solutions in the market. For not to be without understanding, read it before(I recommend!!).Then let’s go… Like I already defined in another story the intent is the objective of the user when he expressed a sentence.For example, considers that we are in a banking context:User: What is my account balance?In this case, we can understand that the user’s desire is to know the amount of money has in your banking account. That is intent. And the output can be:INTENT: ACCOUNT_BALANCE (98%)The user could have expressed for many different modes to ask your account balance. In this methodology, the NLU must comprehend his interactions and choose the ...
“Speech Recognition” August 2021 — summary from Arxiv, Europe PMC and Springer Nature | by Brevi Assistant | Aug, 2021
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“Speech Recognition” August 2021 — summary from Arxiv, Europe PMC and Springer Nature | by Brevi Assistant | Aug, 2021

Arxiv — summary generated by Brevi AssistantIt’s challenging to personalize transducer-based automated speech recognition system with context information which is inaccessible and vibrant during version training. Experiments reveal that the design improves standard ASR model performance with about 50% relative word mistake rate decrease, which also substantially outperforms the baseline approach such as contextual LM biasing. In this paper, we provide AISHELL-4, a sizable real-recorded Mandarin speech dataset gathered by 8-channel round microphone selection for speech processing in conference scenario. Provided most open resource dataset for multi-speaker tasks are in English, AISHELL-4 is the only Mandarin dataset for conversation speech, supplying added worth for information diversity...