The Interactive Systems Lab at KIT and CMU focuses on technologies that facilitate the human experience, human mutual understanding and communication. Research ranges from speech recognition, translation, speech synthesis, language, vision technologies, person tracking and recognition, multi-modal and cross-modal perceptual interfaces, smart rooms and pervasive computing. Head of the Interactive Systems Lab is Prof. Alex Waibel.
Our laboratory is founding member of interACT. The international center for Advanced Communication Technologies is a joint center between eight of the leading universities in the field of computer science.
ISL has developed the first speech recognition system worldwide that works better than humans and is quicker than other AIs. See the press release in English and German or read CMU's news: "Waibel Team's AI Outperforms Humans in Speech Recognition"Link to the paper
On Oct 16, KIT will welcome its new students. As service for foreign students we will present our automatic simultaneous translation service during the life-stream of the so called "orientation phase". Follow the translation on lecture-translator.kit.eduGo to the Lectur Translator page
Dr. Sebastian Stüker, KIT and kites GmbH, presented the simultaneous automatic translation during the InnovationFestival@karlsruhe_digital on Oct. 16, 2020. See here for the Livestream of the whole event or for Sebastian Stüker's presentation see this linkFurther Information
Prof. Alex Waibel together with Dr. Sebastian Stüker will present their automatic simultaneous translation service at the Hightech-Summit on Oct. 01. Follow the event in the life-stream.Further info...