Voice biometrics

Our expertise in voice biometrics, an area of research aimed at identifying or authenticating a person's identity through its voice, is one of the most advanced in the world.

In the course of our 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2010 participations in the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Speaker Recognition Evaluation campaigns, our results ranked among the best in the word. The impact of our work on the community has been felt since our second year of participation by changes in the testing paradigm and the adoption of factorial analysis, i-vectors and probabilistic linear discriminant analysis by the most competitive sites. Each year since 2006, CRIM claims the first place in several of the evaluation conditions of NIST SRE.

Related technologies: Speaker verification, speaker segmentation, password authentication, voice activity detection

Video - How to identify a person by speech (French)

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  • CRIM, a key player in the Greater Montreal AI ecosystem
    07/12/2017

    Montréal International presents an overview of Artificial Intelligence in Greater Montreal.

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Upcoming event

  • OGC Testbed 13 Demonstration Event
    13 December 2017 8:30
    Reston, Virginie
    CRIM will be at the Open Geospatial Consortium, OGC Testbed 13 Demonstration & Exposition, 12-13 December 2017 at the USGS in Reston, Virginia.
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Recent Publications

  • Projet patrimoine TARV

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  • PeopleBot

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