Project Prof. Nagai will give a talk in the 3rd International Symposium, the Institute for AI and Beyond

Project Prof. Nagai will give a talk at the 3rd International Symposium, the Institute for AI and Beyond, which will be held at Ito Hall at the University of Tokyo on February 17, 2023. The theme of the symposium is “Exploring the boundary between brain intelligence and artificial intelligence: What is needed to realize “Beyond AI”?”. You are cordially invited. […]

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Project Prof. Nagai will attend as a commentator at “Affective (Kansei) Robotics in Japan”

Project Prof. Nagai will attend as a commentator at “Affective (Kansei) Robotics in Japan” on February 20, 2023. She will discuss gender and emotions in robots with Dr. Jennifer ROBERTSON, Professor Emerita, University of Michigan. Online talk “Affective (Kansei) Robotics in Japan: Designing and Programming Gender and Emotions in Humanoid Robots”, Online, February 20, 2023.

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“AI and Humans” Roundtable Series (Part 3), where Project Prof. Nagai attended as a panelist, is available on YouTube

“AI and Humans” Roundtable Series (Part 3), where Project Prof. Nagai attended as a panelist, is now available on YouTube. She discussed the theme “Can AI Become Gods?” with two professional Go players (ŌHASHI Hirofumi 7-dan, UENO Asami 4-dan). “AI and Humans” Roundtable Series, Part 3: Can AI Become Gods?: A Follow-Up Discussion with Professional Go Players, YouTube, January 20, […]

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Tutorial paper written by Project Prof. Nagai is published in Kagaku

A tutorial paper titled “Robotics for Understanding and Assisting Neurodiversity” written by Project Prof. Nagai is published in Kagaku. It describes robotics studies to elucidate underlying mechanisms of cognitive development and neurodiversity based on predictive processing and ongoing activities with CREST Cognitive Mirroring (2026-2021) and CREST Cognitive Feelings (2021-2026). Yukie Nagai, “Robotics for Understanding and Assisting Neurodiversity,” Kagaku, 93(1):41-46, January […]

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Project Prof. Nagai will attend as a panelist at “AI and Humans” Roundtable Series (Part 3)

Project Prof. Nagai will attend as a panelist at “AI and Humans” Roundtable Series (Part 3) on December 4, 2022. She is going to discuss the theme “Can AI Become Gods?” with two professional Go players (ŌHASHI Hirofumi 7-dan, UENO Asami 4-dan). “AI and Humans” Roundtable Series, Part 3: Can AI Become Gods?: A Follow-Up Discussion with Professional Go Players, […]

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Paper written by Dr. Philippsen (Project Researcher until 2021) has been accepted in Frontiers in Psychology

A paper written by Dr. Philippsen (Project Researcher until 2021) has been accepted in Frontiers in Psychology. It presents a computational analysis on development and diversity in child drawing. Anja Philippsen, Sho Tsuji, and Yukie Nagai, “Quantifying developmental and individual differences in spontaneous drawing completion among children,” Frontiers in Psychology, 13:783446, November 2022. [HP]

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