This is the homepage of Antoine Raux. I am a principal researcher at Lenovo Labs in San Jose CA. My research interests lie in all aspects involved in making people interact with machines through speech and other modalities. Over the years, my research has addressed core issues related to spoken and multimodal dialog systems such as spoken language understanding, dealing with uncertainty about the world and the user intention, as well as dynamic aspects of spoken dialog, such as turn-taking. Prior to joining Lenovo, I was a scientist at Honda Research Institute USA. 

Before that, I got a PhD in Language and Information Technologies from Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, PA, USA) in 2008, a MS in Information Science and Technology from Kyoto University (Kyoto, Japan) in 2002, and an engineering diploma from Ecole Polytechnique (Paris, France) in 1999. During the course of his studies, he was an intern at ATR/NICT (Kyoto, Japan), Toshiba R&D (Kawasaki, Japan), and Microsoft Research (Redmond, WA, USA).