A friend of mine recently reminded me of the notorious quote from Frederick Jelinek (the father of modern speech recognition), "Anytime a linguist leaves the group the recognition rate goes up."
I remember being quite upset about it, back during my lnguistics studies. Is it really so that if we exchange the domain experts (i.e. phonologists in his case) with pure engineers, the performance of the system will improve?
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