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Spoken interfaces

Information Technology and Communication Sciences        1 ECTS



MODULE TYPE: SDG11

MODULE DESCRIPTION

The thematic module covers the main principles of speech-based human-technology interaction, focusing on spoken interfaces which facilitate accessibility. Agent design for spoken interfaces. This includes both speech output (e.g., spoken prompts for people with visual disabilities) and speech input (e.g., speech control for physically disabled personnel). The students will also be introduced to different Voice Assistants and how they are being used in facilitating accessibility in the real-world.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

After completing this thematic module, the student will know the principles of spoken interaction and the main technologies and methods to create accessible spoken interfaces. The students will also gain insights in applying voice assistants to enhance accessibility.

Module level: Advanced

Degree level: Master

Language: English

Study mode: Online

SDG11 Theme:

ECTS: 1

Semester: All

Starting date: February 2021

Finishing date:

Enrollment period: Deadline is 7 days before the starting date.

Link to the course description: TBA

 

Provider University: Tampere University


The admission is currently possible for learners from ECIU partner universities. Please fill this form to apply: https://www.service4mobility.com/europe/BewerbungServlet?identifier=TAMPERE17&kz_bew_pers=S&kz_bew_art=IN&aust_prog=ECIUMM&sprache=en  

If you have any questions about applying, please contact mobility.tau@tuni.fi.