Context-based Audio Enhancement (MPAI-CAE)
Context-based Audio Enhancement (MPAI-CAE) is an MPAI standard that improves the user experience for several audio-related applications including entertainment, communication, teleconferencing, gaming, post-production, restoration etc. in a variety of contexts such as in the home, in the car, on-the-go, in the studio, etc.
Development of the MPAI-CAE Technical Specification V1 is completed. MPAI is indebted to the following individuals:
Yan Abu Arab (Speech Morphing Inc.), Marina Bosi (Stanford University), Sergio Canazza (Audio Innova), Mert Burkay Çöteli (ASELSAN A.Ş.), Nadir Dalla Pozza (Audio Innova), Michelangelo Guarise (Volumio), Hüseyin Hacıhabiboğlu (METU), Niccolo’ Pretto (Audio Innova), Paolo Ribeca (James Hutton, Ltd.), Mark Seligman (Speech Morphing Inc.), and Fathy Yassa (Speech Morphing Inc.).
See the public MPAI-CAE documents:
- Call for Patent Pool Administrator (closed)
- Introduction to MPAI-CAE
- MPAI-CAE Standard (V1.3)
- About MPAI-CAE
- Call for Technologies (closed)
- Framework Licence
- Use Cases and Functional Requirements (V1)
- Application Note
Visit the About MPAI-CAE page.