[Tetsuya Takiguchi] Adaptive communication support system for persons with articulation disorders resulting from cerebral palsy

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Tetsuya Takiguchi

Tetsuya Takiguchi

Research Center for Urban Safety and Security, Kobe University
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The utterance of persons with articulation disorders resulting from cerebral palsy tends to become unstable due to strain on speech-related muscles, and that makes it difficult for them to communicate. In this work, in order to support their communication, a new method for multimodal speech recognition and voice conversion preserving the speaker’s individuality is developed.

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