I am a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Speech Technology Research, School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh. My big research goal is to make voice interfaces easier to use, in particular for older users. I am also interested in the quantitative analyses of large quantities of language data and in the acoustic analysis of disordered speech.

The opinions expressed on this blog are my own and not that of my employer or any funding agency that funds my work.

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  1. Joan Justice said,

    I am the moderator for the US HealthCare website, http://www.healthworkscollective.com I really enjoyed your Sept 11 blog on auditory medication reminders. We would love for you to come and join us and blog with us on HealthWorks. Please visit our site, read some of our great blogs and take a look at our excellent blogger profiles. We would love to have you!
    Joan Justice

  2. Camill said,

    I am Camille Crunelle, I am working for GOPACom, a communication agency based in Brussels contracted by the European Commission. Among others, we are in charge of the ePractice community on the Joinup platform.

    You probably know ePractice, but just in case: ePractice and Joinup are projects by the European Commission on the sharing of best eGovernment practices and the sharing and reuse of ICT solutions by public administrations across Europe.

    We are always looking for information dealing with eGovernment, eHealth and eInclusion around Europe. In our research, we found your blog which fits the ePractice target topics and audience.

    We are wondering if you are willing to repost some articles on ePractice? Or, alternatively, let us post a summary and a link to the original?

    I look forward to receiving a response,

    Best regards,

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