As part of the demonstrators build for ARIA-VALUSPA’s final review to the European Commission, we developed the capability of running the ARIA-VALUSPA Platform in Unity3D. This allows you to create and place AVP characters in any game environment, and use […]
We are happy to announce that the ARIA Valuspa Platform is now released in Version 3.0. You can download it at https://github.com/ARIA-VALUSPA/AVP. The AVP 3.0 comes with major improvements and new features, as well as an easier installation process.
A new use-case of the ARIA-Valuspa Platform: The core of the Aria platform (SSI recognition pipeline including Emax, Opensmile, Cerevoice) is used on a social social to replicate the Aria scenario (Alice in Wonderland). In addition, the demo features reinforcement […]
Chatbots are everywhere. They offer automated customer support, provide advice and information to your staff, explain processes to new users and more. At the same time, online interactions are being transformed through technologies like augmented reality and virtual reality and […]
Last weekend (September 29-30) the DRONGO language festival was held in Utrecht, The Netherlands (https://www.drongotalenfestival.nl/). It’s a Belgian/Dutch festival that has everything to do with language, from bilingualism to dialects, from language learning to spoken dialogue systems. It’s meant for […]
Deliverables 2.3, 3.3 and 4.3 are now publicly available, including updates on long-term user adaptation, the dialogue toolbox, as well as the audiovisual Agent behaviour generation. D2.3 Implementation of long-term adaptation for audio-visual communication analysis D3.3 Release of the multilingual, […]
To get more insights into the ARIAValuspa System we uploaded Deliverables 2.1 (Implementation of cross-domain, context- sensitive speech analysis), 3.1 (Implementation of multi-lingual task-based dialogue system for the chosen scenario) and 4.1 (Implementation of overall dynamic audio-visual communicative behaviour generation).
On January 22-23 the project’s kickoff meeting took place at Nottingham University. A successfull start for this new project!