Panelist at the AI Governance Series: “Toward Human-Centric AI: The Japanese Model”

On April 8th, I talked on “Human First Innovation: from Theory to Practice” at the AI Governance Series:  “Toward Human-Centric AI: The Japanese Model”.

This event was co-hosted by the Yale Information Society Project, the Georgetown Institute for Technology Law and Policy and the Georgetown Global TechNet Working Group.

Following the panels of “The Geopolitics of Chinese AI” and “The Geopolitics of European AI”, this panel focuses on the Japan’s initiatives in AI Governance, learning about the policies and guidelines as well as some projects on AI and robotics which Japan is advanced in this area from leading experts in Japan.

Moderator: Kyoko Yoshinaga, Non-Resident Senior Fellow of the Georgetown Institute for Technology Law and Policy

Panelists: Professors Susumu Hirano, Professor and Dean, Faculty of Global Informatics, Chuo University;

Hideaki Shiroyama, Director of Institute for Future Initiatives, Professor of Graduate School of Public Policy, The University of Tokyo

Toshie Takahashi, Professor, School of Culture, Media and Society/the Institute for AI and Robotics, Waseda University.

Thank you for your kind invitation!

About Toshie Takahashi

Toshie Takahashi is Professor in the School of Culture, Media and Society, as well as the Institute for Al and Robotics,Waseda University, Tokyo. She was the former faculty Associate at the Harvard Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society. She has held visiting appointments at the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge as well as Columbia University. She conducts cross-cultural and trans-disciplinary research on the social impact of robots as well as the potential of AI for Social Good. 【早稲田大学文学学術院教授。元ハーバード大学バークマンクライン研究所ファカルティ・アソシエイト。現在、人工知能の社会的インパクトやロボットの利活用などについて、ハーバード大学やケンブリッジ大学と国際共同研究を行っている。東京オリンピック・パラリンピック競技大会組織委員会テクノロジー諮問委員会委員。】
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