Kiyoshi Kurihara

Kiyoshi Kurihara

Research Engineer, Human Interface Research Division, NHK
Kiyoshi Kurihara joined NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) and worked at the Aomori  broadcasting station in 2006. He experienced in master control & radio studio engineer in headquarters of NHK (NHK Broadcasting Center) in 2011 and 2016. He joined the Science & Technology Research Laboratories in 2016. His current research interests include text-to-speech synthesis and automatic generation of audio description in broadcast.
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