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Achieving super-human performance in recognizing human speech has been a goal for several decades, as researchers have worked on increasingly challenging tasks. In the 1990's it was discovered, that conversational speech between two humans turns out to be considerably more difficult than read speech as hesitations, disfluencies, false starts and sloppy articulation complicate acoustic processing and require robust handling of acoustic, lexical and language context, jointly. Early attempts witharXiv:2010.03449v5 fatcat:fgx7c22qvbhkjozqjqisyilce4