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When examined on speech with undetected accents, speech recognition models frequently obtain degraded performance. In this research, we carry out systematic contrasts of DAT and MTL methods making use of a huge quantity of English accent corpus. While wav2vec 2.0 has been suggested for speech recognition, it can be used for speech emotion recognition; its performance can be significantly boosted utilizing various fine-tuning techniques. Experiments reveal that P-TAPT does far better than TAPT, particularly under low-resource setups. Wav2vec 2.0 is an end-to-end structure of self-supervised learning for speech representation that is successful in automated speech recognition, yet most of the deal with the subject has been created with a solitary language: English. In this paper, we present K-Wav2Vec 2.0, which is a modified version of Wav2vec 2.0 made for Korean automated speech recognition by discovering and enhancing numerous aspects of the original Wav2vec 2.0 Self-supervised pre-training has dramatically improved the efficiency of automated speech recognition. Experiments on ASR reveal that contrasted to wav2vec 2.0, wav2vec-S only needs marginal increment of pre-training time but might significantly enhance ASR performance on in-domain, cross-lingual and cross-domain datasets. The goal of self-supervised learning for automatic speech recognition is to learn excellent speech depictions from a large quantity of unlabeled speech for the downstream ASR task. Nonetheless, most SSL frameworks do rule out noise effectiveness, which is critical for real-world applications.
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