Monitoring sounds of human activity in the home to help with assisted living
Measuring sounds in non-domestic buildings to improve the office and workplace environment
Measuring sounds in smart cities to improve the urban environment
Developing sound tools to help producers and consumers of broadcast creative content
AI for sound
New AI for sound technology has major potential applications in security, health & wellbeing, environmental sensing, urban living, and the creative sector.
Analysis of sounds in the home offers the potential to improve comfort, security, and healthcare services to inhabitants. In environmental sound sensing, analysis of urban sounds offers the potential to monitor and improve soundscapes experienced for people in towns and cities.
The Fellowship will be supported by a wide range of partner organisations, including Accenture, Audio Analytic, BBC R&D, the Connected Placed Catapult, the Digital Catapult, the Environment Agency, Pindrop, Samsung, The Alan Turing Institute, and the UK Dementia Research Institute.