I am currently a Research Staff Member in the Speech Group at IBM Watson. At the IBM Watson Speech Group, I work on several aspects of automatic speech recognition such as language modeling, distributed semantic word embeddings, keyword search from speech, and end-to-end speech recognition. I have also worked extensively on the IARPA Babel program for speech recognition and keyword search for low-resource languages.
My Ph.D. thesis with Prof. Shrikanth Narayanan (SAIL, University of Southern California) focused on “A computational framework for diversity in ensembles for humans and machine systems”. Prior to this, I completed my B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering and M.Tech. in Information & Communication Technology from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi.
My research interests include automatic speech recognition, natural language processing,
neural networks, machine learning, and big data.
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