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Probabilistic approaches to understanding bird conversations

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Bird sound recordings contain a wealth of information – about species, individuals, and their interactions. Multiple sound sources are typically active at a time, and each one is governed by incompletely understood processes with rich temporal structure. Applying machine learning to such data has applications in conservation, animal behaviour research, and comparative linguistics.

I will describe some inference problems pertinent to bird sounds, from classification to more structured analysis. I will then describe recent work modelling bird “conversations” as collections of Markov renewal processes, as a basis for working towards general-purpose machine listening for birds.

This talk is part of the Machine Learning @ CUED series.

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