4 April 2014: I'll be giving an invited talk Towards Communicative Machines at the AISB-50 Symposium on Embodied vs. Simulated Behaviour and Cognition: What can Robotics contribute to the Language Sciences? in London.
9 March 2014: I've been selected by the International Speech Communication association (ISCA) as their Distinguished Lecturer for 2014-15 - if you’d like me to come and give a talk (anywhere in the world) under the ISCA-DL scheme, details are here.
3-8 November 2013: I've been invited to participate in a Dagstuhl Seminar on Computational Audio Analysis at LZI Schloss Dagstuhl in Germany.
30 August 2013: I'll be talking about The Uncanny Valley at The International Summer School on Social Human-Robot Interaction taking place in Cambridge.
29 August 2013: I've agreed to talk on Progress & Prospects for Speech Technology: What Ordinary People Think at the INTERSPEECH special session celebrating the 25th anniversary of ISCA in Lyon.
25 April 2013: I'm pictured (and quoted) in The Diary: Aye, robot but no scary stuff in the Sheffield Star with Prof. Tony Prescott and 'Zeno' (our RoboKind expressive humanoid robot from Hanson Robotics).
5 April 2013: I'm quoted in “Real Humans”: pourquoi fabriquer des robots à notre image? at Slate.fr.
25 March 2013: I’ve had a chapter entitled Spoken language processing: Where do we go from here? published in a book edited by Robert Trappl (Your Virtual Butler, LNAI, vol. 7407, pp. 111-125, Heidelberg: Springer).
20 February 2013: I'll be in discussion with artist Anna Barham on Language, Sounds & Artificial Voices at the Site Gallery in Sheffield.
13 February 2013: I'll be giving my talk Spoken Language Processing: where do we go from here? At the University of Coventry.
23-26 January 2013: Prof. Moore’s Digital voice Factory will feature at the Creative Speech Technology Articulate Roadshow in Scarborough.
8 January 2013: I'm quoted in The rise and fall of voice at physics.org.
16 November 2012: I’ve had my first paper accepted for Nature - A Bayesian explanation of the 'Uncanny Valley' effects and related psychological phenomena (open access).