Travis Ralph-Donaldson is a lecturer in Video Games in Creative Technologies at the University of Portsmouth. His research includes the gamification of education and the integration of facial depth information to augment AVSR (Audio Visual Speech Recognition).
Aside from his lecturing role, he is also the CEO and CTO of Niter Ltd, which develops state-of-the-art gamified AI language pronunciation apps with a wide range of applications in language training and speech therapy.
Travis Ralph-Donaldson is currently developing software, DNN (Deep Neural Network) models and articulatory inversion research as part of the ERSC funded DELTEA project which aims to use pioneering AI technology and gamification to teach novel phonemes in French and Spanish to primary school students, in collaboration with the University of Southampton and Reading University.
• Video Game AI
• Articulatory Inversion
• AVDSR (Audio Visual Depth Speech Recognition)
• Neural Network Compression