Alexander Veysov on Self-Teaching AI and Creating Open Speech-To-Text

An interview with Alexander Veysov, founder / owner of Silero, a company building Speech / NLP enabled products, and author of Open Speech-To-Text

  
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In episode 7 of The Gradient Podcast, we interview founder and owner of Silero Alexander Veysov. You can find a transcript of our conversation here, and the repositories for Open Speech To Text and Silero Models here.

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Alexander Veysov is the founder / owner of Silero, a small company building Speech / NLP enabled products, and author of Open STT. Silero has recently shipped its own Russian STT engine. Previously he worked in a then Moscow-based VC firm and Ponominalu.ru, a ticketing startup acquired by MTS (major Russian TelCo). He received his BA and MA in Economics in Moscow State University for International Relations (MGIMO). You can follow his channel in telegram (@snakers41).

Theme: “MusicVAE: Trio 16-bar Sample #2” from "MusicVAE: A Hierarchical Latent Vector Model for Learning Long-Term Structure in Music".