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Employment History

Senior Member
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc

Director, Human Language Technology Research
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc

Guest Editor
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc

Research Group Leader
AT&T Inc.

Head of the Speech Interface Research Department
AT&T Inc.

Member, Technical Staff
AT&T Inc.

Member, Speech Research Department
Bell Labs incorporated

Affiliations

Member
Acoustical Society of America

Education

M.A. degree
Mathematics
State University of New York at Stony Brook

Ph.D.
Mathematics
Graduate Center

B.S. Degree
Mathematics
State University of New York at Stony Brook

Web References (12 Total References)


Princeton ACM / IEEE Computer Society Meeting

princetonacm.acm.org, 1 Mar 2002 [cached]

Allen Gorin AT&T Laboratories - Speech Research, Florham Park, NJ

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Allen Gorin was born in Brooklyn, New York, on November 27, 1953. He received the B.S. and M.A. degrees in Mathematics from the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1975 and 1976 respectively, then the Ph.D. in Mathematics from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York in 1980. From 1980-83 he worked at Lockheed Electronics in New Jersey, investigating algorithms for target recognition from time-varying imagery. In 1983 he joined the technical staff at AT&T Bell Laboratories Federal Systems Division in Whippany. While there, he was the Principle Investigator for AT&T's ASPEN project within the DARPA Strategic Computing Program, investigating parallel architectures and algorithms for pattern recognition. In 1987 he was appointed a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff. In 1988 he joined the Speech Research Department at Bell Labs in Murray Hill and is now in the Speech Research department in AT&T Labs. His current research focuses on machine learning methods for spoken language understanding. He has served as a guest editor for the IEEE Transactions on Speech and Audio, and was a visiting researcher at the ATR Interpreting Telecommunications Research Laboratory in Japan during 1994. He is a member of the Acoustical Society of America and a Senior Member of the IEEE.


Allen Gorin, director, human ...

www.speechtek.com, 26 Sept 2004 [cached]

Allen Gorin, director, human language technology research, IEEE


From SRU

www.tmaa.com, 7 June 2002 [cached]

According to Allen Gorin, AT&T research group leader for the "How May I Help You?"project, the system goes well beyond the word spotting technology that has been used in many natural-language applications in the past. (Published article includes sidebar on "The AT&T technology behind ‘What can I say?'")

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Gorin said that the software is largely platform-independent.
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Gorin said that AT&T found it necessary to support flexible responses."We have to deal with customer's jargon, not try to force them to use ours," he said.
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AT&T has no current plans to license its technology outside the company, Gorin said.The technology will initially be used internally."If customers get better service from AT&T because of our technology," he said, "AT&T will have a competitive advantage."


2010 International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces

www.iuiconf.org, 23 Sept 2006 [cached]

Allen Gorin

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Allen Gorin
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About Allen Gorin: Allen Gorin is the Head of the Speech Interface Research Department at AT&T Laboratories, with long-term research interests focusing on machine learning methods for spoken language understanding. In recent years, he has led a research team in applying speech, language and dialog technology to AT&T's "How May I Help You?
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Home page for Allen Gorin: http://www.research.att.com/info/algor.


From SRU

www.tmaa.com, 11 Mar 2001 [cached]

According to Allen Gorin , AT&T research group_leader for the How May I Help You? project , the system goes well beyond the word spotting technology that has_been used in many natural-language applications in the past. ( Published article includes sidebar on The AT&T technology behind ‘What can I say?' ).

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Gorin said that the software is largely platform-independent.
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Gorin said that AT&T found it necessary to support flexible responses.We have to deal with customer's jargon , not try to force them to use ours , he said.
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AT&T has no current plans to license its technology outside the company , Gorin said.The technology will initially be used internally.If customers get better service from AT&T because of our technology , he said , AT&T will have a competitive advantage..

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