Nov 21, 2017 - Nov 21, 2017
6:45pm - 8:30pm
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Voice, emotions and computer manipulations : Can we still trust the voice of an interlocutor on the phone ?
It is still relatively unknown, but it is now possible to manipulate the sound of a voice to make it, for example, more smiling or sadder, more dominant or more submissive, younger or older. These manipulations, a sort of vocal makeup, are used in neuroscience labs to better understand how the voice influences our emotions – I’ll give you some examples. But they also pose an interesting problem of foresight: at a time when the customer experience still passes mainly by phone, can you still trust the voice of our interlocutors for a long time?
Jean-Julien Aucouturier (@jjtokyo) is a computer scientist, neuroscientist, and researcher at the CNRS. Bisontin, he works in Paris, at the IRCAM (Institute of Research and Coordination Acoustic/Music ) where he heads a research team in musical neuroscience: http://cream.ircam.fr
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