We are developing advanced computational methods called neural speech tracking. This method uses a special brain measurement technique EEG to record the brain’s electrical activity. EEG lets us observe how the brain signals track and understand different speakers. These methods can explain how different language elements are processed in the brain. They allow us to take a closer, more detailed look at the neural representation of speech. This detailed view of neural speech tracking offers a better understanding of language processing, ultimately making social interactions more pleasant for everyone, including those with hearing challenges.