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 associate 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


    Discriminative pronunciation modeling for dialectal speech recognition

    Maider Lehr, Kyle Gorman, Izhak Shafran

    Proc. Interspeech (2014) (to appear)