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Voice Biometrics: Future Trends and ChallengesAhead

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Author(s)

Doug Reynolds, Craig Greenberg

Abstract

Voice has become woven into the fabric of everyday human-computer interactions via ubiquitous assistants like Siri, Alexa, Google, Bixby, Viv, etc. The use of voice will only accelerate as speech interfaces move to wearables \citestarner2002role}, vehicles \citebaron2006safety}, and IoT devices and appliances \citemehrabani2015personalized}. As a person's voice is used more to control real-world actions and access private information, the role of voice biometrics will play an increasingly important role in protecting sensitive access and actions \citemorgen2012voice} and providing personalization for services and devices \citeghosh2015designing}. This widespread use will bring many new application opportunities as well as challenges in addressing societal privacy concerns \citepal2020personal}, securing systems against sophisticated attacks \citesanchez2018performing}, and continuously improving voice biometric's reliability in more diverse acoustic environments \citescheffer2013recent}. In this chapter we will present our assessment of future trends in these important areas.
Citation
Voice Biometrics: Technology, trust and security
Publisher Info
Institute of Engineering and Technology, Edison, NJ

Keywords

voice biometrics, speaker recognition

Citation

Reynolds, D. and Greenberg, C. (2021), Voice Biometrics: Future Trends and ChallengesAhead, Voice Biometrics: Technology, trust and security, Institute of Engineering and Technology, Edison, NJ (Accessed September 21, 2021)
Created April 27, 2021