Anja Virkkunen

Doctoral Researcher
Doctoral Researcher
T412 Department of Information and Communications Engineering
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Research groups

  • Speech Recognition, Doctoral Researcher

Publications

Discovering Relevant Sub-spaces of BERT, Wav2Vec 2.0, ELECTRA and ViT Embeddings for Humor and Mimicked Emotion Recognition with Integrated Gradients

Tamás Grósz, Anja Virkkunen, Dejan Porjazovski, Mikko Kurimo 2023 MuSe '23: Proceedings of the 4th on Multimodal Sentiment Analysis Challenge and Workshop: Mimicked Emotions, Humour and Personalisation

Lahjoita puhetta: a large-scale corpus of spoken Finnish with some benchmarks

Anssi Moisio, Dejan Porjazovski, Aku Rouhe, Yaroslav Getman, Anja Virkkunen, Ragheb AlGhezi, Mietta Lennes, Tamás Grósz, Krister Lindén, Mikko Kurimo 2023

Finnish parliament ASR corpus

Anja Virkkunen, Aku Rouhe, Nhan Phan, Mikko Kurimo 2023

Tracing Signs of Urbanity in the Finnish Fiction Film of the 1950s: Toward a Multimodal Analysis of Audiovisual Data

Tamás Grósz, Noora Kallioniemi, Harri Kiiskinen, Kimmo Laine, Anssi Moisio, Tommi Römpötti, Anja Virkkunen, Hannu Salmi, Mikko Kurimo, Jorma Laaksonen 2022 Proceedings of the 6th Digital Humanities in the Nordic and Baltic Countries Conference (DHNB 2022), Long Papers

Low Resource Comparison of Attention-based and Hybrid ASR Exploiting wav2vec 2.0

Aku Rouhe, Anja Virkkunen, Juho Leinonen, Mikko Kurimo 2022 Proceedings of Interspeech'22

Mitä kone kuulee?

Anja Virkkunen, Anssi Moisio, Tamás Grósz, Mikko Kurimo 2022

Using Fan-Made Content, Subtitles and Face Recognition for Character-Centric Video Summarization

Ismail Harrando, Alison Reboud, Pasquale Lisena, Raphaël Troncy, Jorma Laaksonen, Anja Virkkunen, Mikko Kurimo 2020 Proceedings of the TRECVID 2020 Workshop

A user study to compare two conversational assistants designed for people with hearing impairments

Anja Virkkunen, Juri Lukkarila, Kalle Palomäki, Mikko Kurimo 2019 Proceedings of the Eighth Workshop on Speech and Language Processing for Assistive Technologies