In addition to Wayne’s position at BLI he is a Research Professor at CU-Boulder
Computational Language and Education Research
University of Colorado, Boulder
Spoken Dialogue Systems
Information Extraction from Spontaneous Speech
Integrating Natural Language Processing with Speech Decoding
From 1986-1998 I was research faculty in the Speech group at Carnegie Mellon University. While there, I developed the Phoenix system for robust semantic parsing of spontaneous speech. In 1998 I co-founded the Center for Spoken LanguageResearch at the University of Colorado. In 2007, CSLR reorganized as Computational Language and EducAtion Research, where I am currently a Research Professor. In 2007, Ron Cole and I started Boulder Language Technologies. I am currently the Principal Research Scientist at BLI and the CFO.