Timers and Such: A Practical Benchmark for Spoken Language Understanding with Numbers

04/04/2021
by   Loren Lugosch, et al.
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This paper introduces Timers and Such, a new open source dataset of spoken English commands for common voice control use cases involving numbers. We describe the gap in existing spoken language understanding datasets that Timers and Such fills, the design and creation of the dataset, and experiments with a number of ASR-based and end-to-end baseline models, the code for which has been made available as part of the SpeechBrain toolkit.

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