Kim Starr

Dr Kim Starr is a Research Fellow in the Centre for Translation Studies at the University of Surrey in the UK. She recently completed a PhD in audio description for cognitive impairment, trialling bespoke models of AD with high-functioning autistic spectrum children as a means of assisting with access to the emotional content of television programmes and films. She is currently working on ‘MeMAD’, a European project which combines computer vision technologies, human description and machine learning to produce semi-automated descriptions of audiovisual material.  

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