Concordia researcher co-releases open-source AI toolkit


Concordia University Assistant Professor Mirco Ravanelli and University of Cambridge researcher Titouan Parcollet have released an open source, comprehensive conversational AI toolkit called SpeechBrain 1.0. The scholars adopted a community-driven approach to the design, involving a large international network of developers that included Concordia students. The software is designed for students, researchers, and entrepreneurs with a computer science background who are interested in learning about and developing their own AI technologies. “People are accustomed to using this technology,” Ravanelli says. “But we want people to understand how to build this technology.”

Concordia | GitHub (SpeechBrain)