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CTO and Founder, Linguistic Technology Systems
Amy Neustein, Ph.D. is Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Speech Technology, a member of De Gruyter’s Science, Technology and Medicine Editorial Advisory Board, and Editor of their new book series, Speech Technology and Text Mining in Medicine and Healthcare. Dr. Neustein is also Series Editor of Springer Briefs in Speech Technology. She has published over 40 scholarly articles, is a frequent invited speaker at natural language and speech technology conferences, and has given grand round lectures and seminars at over 20 leading medical institutions. She is editor of Advances in Speech Recognition: Mobile Environments, Call Centers and Clinics. Dr. Neustein is co-editor of numerous books including Forensic Speaker Recognition; Where Humans Meet Machines; and Mobile Speech and Advanced Natural Language Solutions . She has been a member of the visiting faculty at the National Judicial College since 1985, and a member of MIR (Machine Intelligence Research) Labs.
Since 2010. She is the recipient of several distinguished awards: pro Humanitate Literary Award; Information Technology: New Generations (Medical Informatics) Award; and the Lost Angeles County Supervisor Humanitarian Award. Dr. Neustein is CTO and Founder of Linguistic Technology Systems located in Fort Lee, NJ. Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org.