Kyle Gorman

I am a computational linguist working on speech and language processing at Google. Before joining Google, I was a postdoctoral researcher, and an assistant professor, at the Center for Spoken Language Understanding at the Oregon Health & Science University. I received a Ph.D. in linguistics from the University of Pennsylvania in 2013. At Google, I contribute to the OpenFst and OpenGrm libraries, and am the principal author of Pynini, a powerful weighted-finite state grammar extension for Python. In my copious free time, I also participate in ongoing collaborations in linguistics, language acquisition, and language disorders. More information, including a complete list of publications, can be found at my external website.

Google Publications

Previous Publications

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    Discriminative pronunciation modeling for dialectal speech recognition

    Maider Lehr, Kyle Gorman, Izhak Shafran

    Proc. Interspeech (2014) (to appear)