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SPEAK YOUR MIND! Towards Imagined Speech Recognition With Hierarchical Deep Learning [article]

Pramit Saha, Muhammad Abdul-Mageed, Sidney Fels
2019 arXiv   pre-print
In order to infer imagined speech from active thoughts, we propose a novel hierarchical deep learning BCI system for subject-independent classification of 11 speech tokens including phonemes and words.  ...  The proposed network is composed of hierarchical combination of spatial and temporal CNN cascaded with a deep autoencoder.  ...  Yet, there is hardly any work investigating the applicability and performance of such deep learning techniques for speech imagery-based BCI.  ... 
arXiv:1904.05746v1 fatcat:6gqhqy3yyrefpiyjjyevw22l6q

SPEAK YOUR MIND! Towards Imagined Speech Recognition with Hierarchical Deep Learning

Pramit Saha, Muhammad Abdul-Mageed, Sidney Fels
2019 Interspeech 2019  
In order to infer imagined speech from active thoughts, we propose a novel hierarchical deep learning BCI system for subject-independent classification of 11 speech tokens including phonemes and words.  ...  The proposed network is composed of hierarchical combination of spatial and temporal CNN cascaded with a deep autoencoder.  ...  Proposed Deep Learning Framework 2.1.  ... 
doi:10.21437/interspeech.2019-3041 dblp:conf/interspeech/SahaAF19 fatcat:jvo6xsnwjjc2rct5xsrvc2p4cy

Language, mind, and reality

Benjamin Lee Whorf, A. Veretennikov
2016 Epistemology & Philosophy of Science  
It can function in any linguistic system-a child can learn any language with the same readiness, from Chinese, with its separately toned and stressed monosyllables, to Nootka of Vancouver Island, with  ...  "Think of your natural history! Coons cannot breed with cats ; they belong to a different family ." But the lady was so sure that she called on an eminent zoologist to confirm her.  ... 
doi:10.5840/eps201650481 fatcat:k6mlsx5p5bbmnfru45y3ikkbt4

The Writer's Mind: Writing as a Mode of Thinking

William F. Irmscher, Janice N. Hays, Phyllis A. Roth, Jon R. Ramsey, Robert D. Foulke
1984 College composition and communication  
The movement of a speech is toward judgment.  ...  The classical rhetoricians obviously emphasized planning a speech with one's audience in mind.  ... 
doi:10.2307/357465 fatcat:al2knd75fzb6jgxyvwzzktnguy

Mind model for multimodal communicative creatures and humanoids

Kristinn R. Thorisson
1999 Applied Artificial Intelligence  
against, playing with and performing.  ...  Such agents rely on the traditional interaction hardware of keyboard, mouse and monitor to interact with their users.  ...  One can of course imagine communication with alien creatures that are very different from humans.  ... 
doi:10.1080/088395199117342 fatcat:w2vaplaiffbwhokwt3pvt5zeme

Inside Doubt: On the Non-Identity of the Theory of Mind and Propositional Attitude Psychology

David Landy
2005 Minds and Machines  
Eliminative materialism is a popular view of the mind which holds that propositional attitudes, the typical units of our traditional understanding, are unsupported by modern connectionist psychology and  ...  However, the fact that we have learned such an incomplete and misleading theory of grammar does not seem to interfere with our actual capacity to speak English.  ...  And, of course, the grammar that we so carefully learn in school is largely wrong as a description of our native speech.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11023-005-9004-0 fatcat:ptlbt6cy5fcb3eewduar7qbz6a

Precise minds in uncertain worlds: Predictive coding in autism

Sander Van de Cruys, Kris Evers, Ruth Van der Hallen, Lien Van Eylen, Bart Boets, Lee de-Wit, Johan Wagemans
2014 Psychological review  
Here we argue that deficits in executive functioning, theory of mind, and central coherence can all be understood as the consequence of a core deficit in the flexibility with which people with autism spectrum  ...  their errors but also need to (meta-)learn to sometimes ignore errors.  ...  Social Complexity Our brief overview of face and speech processing impairments in ASD did not strongly speak for a special status of faces or speech as such.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0037665 pmid:25347312 fatcat:x52upenwprcpnipm5xcfxi7hhy

Word meaning in minds and machines [article]

Brenden M. Lake, Gregory L. Murphy
2021 arXiv   pre-print
We discuss more promising approaches to grounding NLP systems and argue that they will be more successful with a more human-like, conceptual basis for word meaning.  ...  and speech recognition (Graves, Mohamed, & Hinton, 2013; Hannun et al., 2014) , by learning features from raw data that were previously hand-designed.  ...  Imagine you are at the dinner table with family. You might look at the table and say, "That knife is dirty."  ... 
arXiv:2008.01766v3 fatcat:vi4zp7ebxfcepesrz5b2vkxdcu

Metaphor and the Communicative Mind

Line Brandt
2009 Cognitive Semiotics  
Line Brandt Copenhagen Business School Metaphor and the Communicative Mind On the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary of the first cognitive-semantic theory of metaphor -Metaphors We Live -this paper  ...  for intersubjective participation with the interests and feelings of another human mind'.  ...  What is missing is recognition of the expressive function of metaphorical concepts and language in communication: for whom do these concepts and expressions exist if not the communicative minds that put  ... 
doi:10.1515/cogsem.2009.5.12.37 fatcat:3tmmfolg2zcehk4mef2cvdgbfi

Metaphor and the Communicative Mind

Line Brandt
2009 Cognitive Semiotics  
Line Brandt Copenhagen Business School Metaphor and the Communicative Mind On the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary of the first cognitive-semantic theory of metaphor -Metaphors We Live -this paper  ...  for intersubjective participation with the interests and feelings of another human mind'.  ...  What is missing is recognition of the expressive function of metaphorical concepts and language in communication: for whom do these concepts and expressions exist if not the communicative minds that put  ... 
doi:10.1515/cogsem.2013.5.12.37 fatcat:4ogyvlxv6fdq7o6q445tbar2hi

Epistemology, emulators, and extended minds

Terry Dartnall
2004 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
We perform an operation in our minds that we would normally perform in the world. We say, loosely speaking, that we rotate the piece in the imagination. But what do we really rotate?  ...  With a smaller screen, "walking towards" an imagined object reaches the point where the edges of the object are at the edges of the topographic medium at a greater distance than with a larger screen.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x04260095 fatcat:jjrqtmnsp5gujdqbrb262hpj5a

Learning Chinese Mandarin characters in an English-speaking country: The development of a child's symbolic mind

Wenjie Wang, Annabelle Black Delfin
2021 Journal of Childhood, Education & Society  
Further, cultural differences toward symbolic representation are discussed with the recommendation of focusing on recognition followed by writing when learning Chinese Mandarin characters.  ...  This qualitative research explores the development of the symbolic mind in children through learning Chinese Mandarin characters.  ...  , and extends their imagination.  ... 
doi:10.37291/2717638x.20212276 fatcat:kpqdjvrizbegbh5rcbrdhnjpvq

Beyond Mindfulness: Meditation for Mystical Experience and Persisting Benefit

Harrison Rappaport
2020 Berkeley undergraduate journal  
Though certainly useful, these mindfulness interventions are limited in scope.  ...  Intriguingly, out of all dimensions assessed, only mystical experience possessed a truly significant relationship with total reported participant benefit (Pearson coefficient=0.72).  ...  Acknowledgements First, I give deep thanks to my wise teacher and friend, Dr. David Presti.  ... 
doi:10.5070/b3342049983 fatcat:tojugqpt6jdg3b2krg3jvvt7ym

Patrolling the Borders of Otherness: Dis/placed Identity Positions for Teachers and Students in Schooled Spaces

Elizabeth Hirst, Jennifer A. Vadeboncoeur
2006 Mind, Culture, and Activity  
While policy makers have not articulated processes for reengagement, the default or implicit strategy of organizations that fund programs to reconnect young people in learning or earning pathways emphasizes  ...  The intention of both sets of policies is to increase students' opportunities to become workers in an imagined future, and both speak to the need for students to connect productively with the world in  ...  In Queensland, they are to be accounted for with an individual number at Year 10 and credits toward the completion of what are deemed to be worthwhile learning experiences will be recorded and "banked"  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327884mca1303_4 fatcat:wukh5jgojzdifiawrqexlqiyfi

Darwin's mistake: Explaining the discontinuity between human and nonhuman minds

Derek C. Penn, Keith J. Holyoak, Daniel J. Povinelli
2008 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
We conclude by suggesting that recent symbolicconnectionist models of cognition shed new light on the mechanisms that underlie the gap between human and nonhuman minds.  ...  Over the last quarter century, the dominant tendency in comparative cognitive psychology has been to emphasize the similarities between human and nonhuman minds and to downplay the differences as "one  ...  to your right."  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x08003543 pmid:18479531 fatcat:ksygh4sfunbfpids5ueocuqvqi
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