Computer Science Department
Welcome to the Speech, Language & Interactive Machines (SLIM) research group. We draw inspiration from linguistics and psychology to help guide our theoretical research and develop computational models of all aspects of spoken dialogue.
Director: Casey Kennington, PhD
The SLIM group has a theoretical as well as a practical aspect to it. We draw inspiration from linguistics and psychology to help guide our theoretical research and develop computational models of all aspects of spoken dialogue. We then implement practical dialogue systems (e.g., as digital personal assistants, robot commands, conversational chatbots) to evaluate the theories and improve people’s lives.
Friday, May 5th, 2023
Congratulations Ryan and Josue, Chelsea Titus Visit, LLMs at Boise StateWork in the SLIM group has been progressing this semester. We have had some papers...
Monday, Dec 19th, 2022
SLIM Group: 2022 end of year recapThe SLIM Group had some really big successes in 2022. It was great to have...
Friday, Apr 22nd, 2022
2022 Spring SLIM WinsThe SLIM Group has been really busy this semester. Below are some of the awesome...
Wednesday, Jul 28th, 2021
2021 SLIM News and SuccessesWe’ve had a number of successes in the SLIM Group this year. First and foremost...
Friday, Jun 19th, 2020
Congratulations, Stacy (and other SLIM Group updates)Stacy Black successfully defender her master’s thesis entitled “Towards Unifying Grounded and Distributional Semantics Using...
Wednesday, Mar 25th, 2020
Congratulations, David!David McNeill successfully defended his master’s thesis entitled Do You Feel Me?: Learning Language from...
Monday, Sep 30th, 2019
Data Science, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence at Boise StateI recently talked to the Boise State AI Club about opportunities at Boise State University...