“Synthesizer” competed against 23 teams from across 12 countries, namely the USA, India, Israel, Iran, China, South Korea, Finland, Italy, Poland, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh.
Team members of “Synthesizer” were L3-T2 BUET students, two from CSE department (Najibul Haque Sarker and Zaber Ibn Abdul Hakim) and two from EEE department (Md Awsafur Rahman and Bishmoy Paul).
The competition topic was: “A forensic challenge related to synthetic speech attribution” and a deep learning-driven signal processing approach was proposed. In the final round, “Synthesizer” outranked 2nd and 3rd position winners with over 10% accuracy difference.
Congrats to everyone involved in this success.
Posted on: [2022-08-22]