The interaction between society and information technology including artificial intelligence and robotics creates various trade-off between risks and benefits, and thus requires the reconstruction of human nature, social decision-making, and institutional design. To address these issues, it is necessary to establish an international and inter-disciplinary network, and to develop methodologies and specific tools for designing the direction of future societies. In cooperation with various stakeholders, this study group conducts international and inter-disciplinary studies on future visions, tools and frameworks that contribute to technology implementation and design.
The following links are for the future and the past event.
International Symposium: AI and Democracy
Human-centric Artificial Intelligence : 2nd French-German-Japanese Symposium
Women in AI Ethics™ Asia-Pacific Summit
International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Brain Science
Online Seminar: Data, AI Governance, and COVID -19: Medium and Long-Term Perspectives for Asia
Benefits and Risks of AI for Crime Prevention and Law Enforcement
AI Academic Forum 2020: Empowering people to utilize AI – discussions on roles and transformation of universities
Chinese AI Principles: Policy, Technical Explorations, and the Future
International Symposium: AI Governance and Security
Sustainable Energy without Fear: The Role of Artificial Intelligence
Japanese-German-French Conference: AI for SDGs – How Can AI Help Solve Environmental Challenges?
Japanese-French panel discussion: From “repaired” to “augmented” humans?
Report “AI Principles to Practice: An Introduction to International Activities”
Report “Simulating a Multi Stakeholder Dialogue about Facial Recognition Technology: A Responsible Innovation Workshop for College Students”
Report “Data, AI Governance, and COVID-19: Medium and Long-Term Perspectives for Asia”