publications by categories in reversed chronological order. generated by jekyll-scholar.


  1. Language Technologies as If People Mattered: Centering Communities in Language Technology Development
    Nina Markl, Lauren Hall-Lew, and Catherine Lai
    In Proceedings of the 2024 Joint International Conference on Computational Linguistics, Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC-COLING 2024)
  2. Cultivating Spoken Language Technologies for Unwritten Languages
    Thomas Reitmaier, Dani Kalarikalayil Raju, Ondrej Klejch, Electra Wallington, and 5 more authors
    In Proceedings of the CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2024


  1. The Edinburgh International Accents of English Corpus: Towards the Democratization of English ASR
    Ramon Sanabria, Nikolay Bogoychev, Nina Markl, Andrea Carmantini, and 2 more authors
    In ICASSP 2023
  2. "I can’t see myself ever living any[w]ere else": Variation in (HW) in Edinburgh English
    Nina Markl
    Language Variation and Change, 2023
  3. Everyone has an accent
    Nina Markl, and Catherine Lai
    In Proc. INTERSPEECH 2023
  4. Automatic transcription and (de)standardisation
    Nina Markl, Electra Wallington, Ondrej Klejch, Thomas Reitmaier, and 5 more authors
    In Proceedings - SIGUL 2023, 2nd Annual Meeting of the Special Interest Group on Under-resourced Languages
  5. Situating Automatic Speech Recognition Development within Communities of Under-heard Language Speakers
    Thomas Reitmaier, Electra Wallington, Ondřej Klejch, Nina Markl, and 5 more authors
    In Proceedings of the 2023 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
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    1. Mind the data gap(s): Investigating power in speech and language datasets
      Nina Markl
      In Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Language Technology for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, May 2022
    2. The Lothian Diary Project: Sociolinguistic Methods during the COVID-19 Lockdown
      Lauren Hall-Lew, Claire Cowie, Catherine Lai, Nina Markl, and 6 more authors
      Linguistics Vanguard, Mar 2022
    3. Language Variation and Algorithmic Bias: Understanding Algorithmic Bias in British English Automatic Speech Recognition
      Nina Markl
      In 2022 ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency
    4. Language technology practitioners as language managers: arbitrating data bias and predictive bias in ASR
      Nina Markl, and Stephen Joseph McNulty
      In Proceedings of the Language Resources and Evaluation Conference, Jun 2022
    5. Imagining the city in lockdown: Place in the COVID-19 self-recordings of the Lothian Diary Project
      Claire Cowie, Lauren Hall-Lew, Zuzana Elliott, Anita Klingler, and 2 more authors
      Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence, Dec 2022
    6. (Commercial) Automatic Speech Recognition as a Tool in Sociolinguistic Research
      Nina Markl
      University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, Sep 2022


    1. Context-sensitive evaluation of automatic speech recognition: considering user experience & language variation
      Nina Markl, and Catherine Lai
      In Proceedings of the First Workshop on Bridging Human–Computer Interaction and Natural Language Processing, Apr 2021
    2. The Lothian Diary Project: Investigating the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Edinburgh and Lothian Residents
      Lauren Hall-Lew, Claire Cowie, Stephen Joseph McNulty, Nina Markl, and 7 more authors
      Journal of Open Humanities Data, Apr 2021


    1. Querent Intent in Multi-Sentence Questions
      Laurie Burchell, Jie Chi, Tom Hosking, Nina Markl, and 1 more author
      In Proceedings of the 14th Linguistic Annotation Workshop, Dec 2020