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Continuous Speech Keyword Spotting (CSKS) is the problem of spotting keywords in recorded conversations, when a small number of instances of keywords are available in training data. Unlike the more common Keyword Spotting, where an algorithm needs to detect lone keywords or short phrases like "Alexa", "Cortana", "Hi Alexa!", "Whatsup Octavia?" etc. in speech, CSKS needs to filter out embedded words from a continuous flow of speech, ie. spot "Anna" and "github" in "I know a developer named AnnaarXiv:1901.03860v1 fatcat:sgt7osyfsjfnplut42lqh64dsm