SSHOC Speech-to-text Workshop: Linking Social Survey and Linguistic Infrastructures through speech interviews [16. 4. 2021]

SSHOC (Social Sciences & Humanities Open Cloud) is organising a workshop on linking social survey and linguistic infrastructures through speech interviews.

Survey Infrastructures systematically interview tens of thousands of individuals across Europe each year. A large proportion of the information conveyed in an interview is lost if r’s tone of voice, linguistic fluidity, and depth of vocabulary are not considered and analysed to provide insights about cognitive function, socio-economic status or verbal reasoning skills. Making use of this lost data requires the integration of social survey and linguistic infrastructures. SSHOC project seeks to provide both a proof of concept and a framework for future research of voice recorded interviews, as will be demonstrated in this webinar.

SSHOC Speech-to-text Workshop – Linking Social Survey and Linguistic Infrastructures through speech interviews will take place on 16 April, from 11:00 to 12:30 CEST

Welcome to participate anyone interested in voice recordings, storage of data, sensitive data, and social science methodology. 

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