Speech Labs & Related Projects
The primary scientific motivation for the EXCITEMENT project is to offer an encompassing open source platform for textual inference. On the industrial side, EXCITEMENT is focused on the text analytics market and follows the increasing demand for automatically analysing customer interactions.
The Center for Advanced Information Processing (CAIP), Rutgers University
CAIP conducts computer applications research in the areas of parallel and distributed computing, machine vision, speech processing, computer-aided design, scientific visualization and quantification and multimedia information systems, and facilitates industry-university technology transfer. CAIP's research mission is to apply the technologies of high-speed scientific computing to the solution of industrial problems.

The Centre for Speech Technology Research (CSTR), University of Edinburgh
CSTR is an interdisciplinary research centre linking Informatics and Linguistics and English Language.

Furui Laboratory, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Furui Laboratory  conducts research projects in the area of Speech Information Processing and Human Computer Systems with special focus on the following fields:speech recognition, speech synthesis, spoken dialogue systems, Call systems, speech summarization, multi-modal human interface, speaker recognition.

Laboratoire Informatique d'Avignon (LIA), University of Avignon
The LIA is a research laboratory dedicated to theoretical and experimental aspects of the automatic written or oral language processing; the set of themes widely covers the problems encountered in this area: voice and speaker recognition, multimedia indexing, human-machine dialog, information retrieval, language modeling, automatic summarization.
Language Technology Lab, The German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI)                                     
The mission of DFKI-LT is to ease the use of human languages by machines and to improve solutions that benefit from language use.  DFKI-LT conducts advanced research in language technology and provides novel computational techniques for processing text, speech and knowledge. Key areas of activity include Text Analysis, Machine Translation, and Human-Robot Interaction.
Language Technologies Institute (LTI), Carnegie Mellon University
LTI conducts extensive research on Computational Linguistics, Machine Translation, Speech Recognition and Synthesis, Information Retrieval, Computational Biology, Machine Learning, Text Mining, Knowledge Representation, Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Intelligent Language Tutoring.

The Natural Language and Information Processing (NLIP) Research Group, University of Cambridge
The NLIP works on a wide range of topics in Computational Linguistics, Natural Language Processing and Information Retrieval. 
Natural Language Processing Lab, Bar Ilan University
Natural Language Processing Lab is a research group of Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, dedicated to empirical and learning methods for language processing, with a particular emphasis on unsupervised semantic learning.
The Signal and Image Processing Lab (SIPL), Technion
SIPL is a part of the Department of Electrical Engineering of the Technion. SIPL has been active in research and teaching in a wide range of signal processing topics and particularly, in the development and implementation of algorithms for processing Speech, Audio, Image and Video signals.
Spoken Language Processing Group (SLPG), Columbia University
SLPG is a part of the Department of Computer Science of Columbia University. It pursues research in summarization and information extraction from speech, emotional speech (deceptive, charismatic, and uncertain or frustrated) in Broadcast News and in a physics online tutoring domain. SLPG also pursues work in speech generation, particularly in the appropriate assignment of intonational features in text-to-speech.
The Center for Language and Speech Technologies and Applications (TALP), Technical University of Catalonia
The technological scope of the TALP Center is the automatic processing of both written and spoken natural language. Its aim is to help overcome language barriers and to improve access to information systems.
The Spoken Language Processing Group (TLP), National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) 
The research carried out in the Spoken Language Processing Group aims at understanding the speech communication processes and developing models for use in automatic speech processing. The problems addressed by the TLP group concern modeling at multiple levels acoustic, lexical, syntactic and semantic as well as the communication process. These research activities are validated by developing systems for automatic speech processing such as speech recognition, spoken language dialog, and the indexation of audio and video documents.
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The ACLP provides research, development and consulting services for industry clients that are either already in or are looking to enter the Speech Processing arena.