Kiroku is Japanese for "documenting, recording or to take minutes of".
We believe that professionals should focus on the work they were trained to do and not waste time in boring admin tasks.
We found, Dentist spend on average 25% of their day writing notes, that’s two hours day, thats 5 more patients! The founders of Kiroku, Hannah who is a dentist, and Jay who is a computer scientist decided to tackle this problem.
At Kiroku we want to help you understand how we work with your data, so that you can make informed choices and be in control of yours and your patients information.
The data we store includes:
We do not store any audio recordings. We transcribe the audio straight away and then delete the audio. All of our data is kept within the EU.
Meet the team
CEO & Co-founder
Joined: May 2017
Hannah is a qualified dentist who has worked in practice, hospitals and public health. She finds taking notes to be incredibly boring.See More
CTO & Co-founder
Joined: May 2017
Jay has a MPhil from University of Cambridge and has spent a number of years in Natural Language Processing research.See More
Full Stack Developer
Joined: April 2018
Alan is an experienced software engineer with knowledge in all types of industries. He particularly enjoys computer architecture and design.See More
Machine Learning Intern
Joined: June 2018
Daniel is a computer science and Math student at NYU Abu Dhabi. He has a keen interest in deep learning and NLP with a publication already to his name!See More
the latest press about the beloved Kiroku
Hannah presents Kiroku and discusses how the platform captures the value of expert conversation whilst automating clinicial note taking
Hannah presents Kiroku and discusses how the platform aids dentists with annotating clinical notes
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Kiroku secures funding and initial support from EF after an engaging prestation of an impressive product
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