For the past few years, I worked on a conversational interface at Intel
(Oakley's Radar Pace).
I collected and processed speech data, and developed language models (NLP) for dialogue software.
I use Python as my main programming language and I also have a set of data handling and data vizualisation tools:
For my PhD thesis, I developed a model of Pattern Recognition for Intonation. My research focuses on prosody and intonation and I have a background in phonology, phonetics, laboratory phonology and phonetics, linguistic categorization, computational linguistics, set and fuzzy set theories, and fuzzy logic.
I am currently on parental leave, working on personal projects, and studying.
Nicholas Bacuez | Austin, TX