I received my Master's and Ph.D. degrees in Engineering from Waseda University in 2012 and 2017, respectively. During my Master's Course and Ph.D. program, the main field of my research is combining several automatic techniques to construct or extract Chinese-Japanese lexicon, term banks, and quasi-parallel corpus from freely available resources and make them available to improve the performance of Natural Language Processing (NLP) tasks, mainly for Machine Translation.
For now, I am a Project Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio University in Japan. My research interests are especially around Natural Language Processing. Such as Sentiment analysis (see also Multimodal sentiment analysis), Text and speech processing (e.g., automatically generating the textual representation of the speech, also known as Automatic Speech Recognition or ASR). I am also interested in Image-to-text generation (e.g., describe an image or answer the question about the image), etc. Recently, I have started new tasks for higher-level NLP applications: Visual-and-Language Navigation and Referring Expression Comprehension (REC), focusing on natural language processing and computer vision.
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