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Speaker Recognition Subcommittee

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The Speaker Recognition Subcommittee focuses on standards and guidelines related to the practice of speaker recognition, voice data collection, measurement, transmission, and retrieval.

Officers | Members | Standards | Other Work Products

 

Officers

David Marks, Subcommittee Chair, Federal Bureau of Investigation

Stephen Gibbs, Subcommittee Vice Chair, Central Intelligence Agency

Members

Christopher Cieri, Ph.D., Linguistic Data Consortium, University of Pennsylvania

Dana M. Delger, Innocence Project (Legal Task Group member)

Sandra Ferrari Disner, University of Southern California

Stephanie Domitrovich, Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts (Legal Task Group member)

Dorothy Glancy, Santa Clara University

Larry Kincaid, Sandia National Laboratories 

Aaron Lawson, SRI International

Douglas Reynolds, Department of Defense 

Omid Sadjadi, Ph.D., National Institute of Standards and Technology

Jennifer Stathakis, Federal Bureau of Investigation

Alice Thomas, U.S. Secret Service

William Thompson, University of California-Irvine (Human Factors Task Group member)

Pedro Torres-Carrasquillo, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Lincoln Laboratory

James Wayman, Department of Homeland Security

Pam Zilly, Nebraska State Patrol Crime Laboratory (Quality Task Group member)

Affiliates and Task Group Participants

Standards

On the OSAC Registry

  • None currently.

Published by a Standards Developing Organization (SDO)

  • None currently.

Sent to an SDO

Under Development

  • Validation of Forensic Speaker Recognition for the Purpose of Informing Legal Admissibility Decisions.
  • Best Practices for Forensic Human-Supervised Automatic Speaker Recognition: Pre-Processing and Relevant Population Data Selection.

Other Work Products

Discipline-Specific Bibliographies and Bibliographic References

These documents may contain information to help forensic scientists, judges, lawyers, researchers, and other readers better understand the nature, scope, and foundations of the individual disciplines as currently practiced. The identification of these documents does not represent an endorsement by OSAC or NIST. Only standards that are posted on the OSAC Registry and Technical Guidance documents, are endorsed by OSAC. The referenced documents may be subject to copyright. Note: Subcommittee position statements or responses to data collections by the subcommittee do not necessarily represent the position of OSAC or NIST.

Process Maps

Research & Development Needs

Created July 9, 2014, Updated July 14, 2021