[Corpora-List] CfP: 9th Workshop on Speech and Language Processing for Assistive Technologies (SLPAT) @ ACL 2022

Sarah Ebling ebling at cl.uzh.ch
Tue Jan 18 13:36:40 CET 2022


Call for papers: SLPAT 2022 Submission deadline: February 28, 2022

We are pleased to announce the first call for papers for the Ninth Workshop on Speech and Language Processing for Assistive Technologies (SLPAT) on May 27, 2022, co-located with ACL 2022 in Dublin, Ireland. Full details on the workshop, including topics of interest, important deadlines, and instructions for authors are here:

http://www.slpat.org/slpat2022 <http://www.slpat.org/slpat2022> This workshop will bring together researchers from areas such as natural language processing, speech signal processing, (special) education, rehabilitation sciences, computer science, HCI, communication, psychology, psycholinguistics, computer vision, and computer graphics with a common interest in making everyday life more accessible for people with physical, cognitive, sensory, emotional, or developmental disabilities as well as older adults. The workshop will provide an opportunity for researchers, domain experts, and users of assistive technology (AT) to share their findings, to discuss present and future challenges, and to explore possibilities for collaboration.

Possible topics include but are not limited to:

Speech synthesis for physical, cognitive, or sensory impairments (talking devices in Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), screen readers, audio description/audio subtitling using speech synthesis) Sign synthesis (sign language animation, synthetic videos) Speech recognition (AAC, respeaking for live subtitling, fully automatic subtitling) Sign recognition (AT, natural user interfaces for sign language resources, computer-augmented corpus annotation, sign language assessment) Speech and language technologies for daily assisted living and Ambient/Active Assisted Living (AAL) Translation to and from speech, text (including subtitles), pictographs, Braille, and sign language Novel modeling and machine learning approaches for AT Personalized voices for AAC based on limited data Biofeedback for therapy in neurological disorders Text generation for improved comprehension (e.g., sentence and text simplification) Silent speech: speech technology based on sensors without audio Nonverbal communication Multimodal user interfaces and dialogue systems adapted to AT Speech and language technologies for cognitive assistance applications Presentation of graphical information for people with visual impairments Speech and language technologies applied to typing interface applications Brain-computer interfaces for language processing applications Assessment of speech and language processing within the context of AT Web accessibility, media accessibility Deployment of speech and language technologies in the clinic or in the field, such as language analysis for diagnosis or intervention Linguistic resources; corpora and annotation schemes Automatic evaluation within the context of AT Reception studies with target user groups Ethical considerations and standards within the context of AT Crowdsourcing and Citizen Science efforts within the context of AT Please contact the conference organizers at slpat2022-organizers at googlegroups.com <mailto:slpat2022-organizers at googlegroups.com> with any questions.

Important dates February 28, 2022: Deadline for papers March 26, 2022: Notification of acceptance April 10, 2022: Camera-ready papers due May 27, 2022: Workshop Instructions for authors Papers must be submitted using the OpenReview paper submission system which you can access here:

https://openreview.net/group?id=aclweb.org/ACL/2022/Workshop/SLPAT <https://openreview.net/group?id=aclweb.org/ACL/2022/Workshop/SLPAT> Paper submissions must use the official ACL style templates, which are available as an Overleaf template <https://www.overleaf.com/read/crtcwgxzjskr>and also downloadable directly (Latex and Word) <https://github.com/acl-org/acl-style-files>. Please follow the paper formatting guidelines general to *ACL conferences available here <https://acl-org.github.io/ACLPUB/formatting.html>. Authors may not modify these style files or use templates designed for other conferences.

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