Artificial Intelligence, a collaboration opportunity between Japan & Europe
Prof Sugiyama will present the latest on AI in Japan, joined by Mr Heikkilä and Mr Rasmussen who will discuss what is happening in Europe.
Learn about Japan’s latest research into artificial intelligence (AI) technology and its real-world applications in a live online talk by Professor Sugiyama Masashi, Director of the RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project (RIKEN-AIP).
Artificial Intelligence is a buzz word that arose the curiosity of businesses, policymakers and researchers. What’s real? What’s a myth? Next-generation artificial intelligence technology aims at contributing to solutions for real-world problems, such as disaster resilience and healthcare for the elderly, and to advance scientific research. In Japan or Europe research make progress towards daily life applications that soon will be available to many.
Attend the webinar to learn from a word leading scientist on Japan’s latest research into artificial intelligence (AI) technology and its real-world applications in a live online talk by Professor Sugiyama Masashi, Director of the RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project (RIKEN-AIP).
Professor Sugiyama will introduce the latest research conducted at the RIKEN AIP and its recent achievements and challenges.
Juha Heikkilä, Adviser for Artificial Intelligence, Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology, European Commission, will present what is happening at EU level in relation to robotics and Artificial Intelligence.
Morten Rasmussen, Senior Consultant at Technopolis Group, will present the result of a monitoring study on the use and deployment of AI in Europe’s industries and SMEs, the enabling conditions as skills and investments, the main barriers encountered.
There will be an opportunity for guests to ask questions to the speakers during this live online event.
This event is hosted by Technopolis Group in collaboration with the Mission of Japan to the EU.