Joe Campbell

Group Leader, AI Technology & Systems Group   

MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Dr. Joseph P. Campbell is the leader of the Artificial Intelligence Technology and Systems Group at MIT Lincoln Laboratories. His group creates algorithms, technologies, and systems for extracting information from multimedia data in adverse conditions and has a rich heritage of world-leading speech, speaker, and language recognition technologies. Dr. Campbell is passionate about developing human-network AI technologies that extract information automatically from speech, text, image, and video data combined with network communications and activities to help the Department of Defense and law enforcement identify threatening or illicit activity on the surface and dark webs. He specializes in developing and transferring AI technologies for government applications and operationally relevant evaluation.

Dr. Campbell has written more than 100 refereed publications cited over 6,600 times. His invited tutorial on speaker recognition, published in the Proceedings of the IEEE has received more than 2,150 citations. He holds one U.S. patent and led two U.S. Federal Standards, one Federal Information Processing Standard, and one NATO Standardization Agreement.

Dr. Campbell is a member of the Advisory Board for the Human Language Technology Center of Excellence at Johns Hopkins University, a co-chair of the Speaker and Language Characterization Special Interest Group of the International Speech Communication Association, and co-chair of the MIT Lincoln Laboratory Professional Societies Committee.

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