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Happy new year!

The Loria laboratory sends you its best wishes for this new year.

Discover in this video clip the highlights of the past year:

Charles V’s encrypted letter: a centuries-long riddle solved

Thanks to the combined efforts of four researchers from Inria, Loria (CNRS, Inria, University of Lorraine) and University of Picardie Jules-Verne, an encrypted letter from Charles V has been decrypted and confirmed remarkable historic facts, five centuries after being written. This is the story of an unusual yet successful collaboration between computer scientists and historians.

Claire Gardent – 2022 ACL Fellow

Congratulations to Claire Gardent, CNRS researcher in the Synalp team, who has been selected as 2022 ACL Fellow!

How can digital technology help in the diagnosis and management of stuttering by speech-language pathologists?

Since 2019, researchers from the Multispeech team have been participating in the ANR Benephidire project, whose main objective is to provide additional knowledge on stuttering to propose an aid to diagnosis and management of stuttering by speech therapists. Zoom with Slim Ouni, head of Multispeech, on the contribution of his team.

REFINED : improving hearing aids using AI

Launched back in April, REFINED is a French National Research Agency (ANR) project which is seeking to use AI to improve hearing aids for patients suffering from auditory neuropathies. We caught up with Romain Serizel, associate professor at Université de Lorraine and member of the MULTISPEECH team (Loria and Inria Nancy – Grand Est research centre), to find out more about this project, which combines machine learning with highly constrained embedded systems.