Organisation profile: Spoken Language Systems Group

[ ID = 0554 ] Spoken Language Systems Group 
Organisation nameSpoken Language Systems Group 
Short name or acronymSpoken Language Systems Group 
Organisation typeCenter 
Activity typeSpeech technology 
Address MIT Laboratory for Computer Science 545 Technology Square 
Postal Code 02139 
City Cambridge, MA 
Country United States 
Phone + +1 617 253 8924
Email palay_(on)_sls.lcs.mit.edu 
Organisation URL http://www.sls.lcs.mit.edu/sls/ 
In the 1990s, SLS research stimulated a number of
commercial ventures, such as BellSouth's revamped electronic yellow
pages, which provide information by phone on restaurants, stock
quotes, and automobile classified ads; and Applied Language
Technology, which has developed conversational systems for telephone
banking, investing, and travel planning. Today SLS researchers are
refining GALAXY's (a conversational platform) core technologies and
extending its range of applications and languages. They are working to
upgrade the efficiency of application-specific conversations, improve
new word detection/learning capability during speech recognition, and
increase the portability of its core technologies and application
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