CCC creative seminar
Possibility of human brain in the AI era
※As it reached capacity, we closed application.
Tuesday, February 18, 2020 18:30-20:30 (opening 18:00)
If AI exceeds human brain, what will happen?
Possibility of human brain?
How can human being coexist with AI?
Computer evolved by awful force.
We came to be able to do various things to match artificial intelligence (AI) with the evolution.
If AI is beyond human ability for these past several years, what will happen? May work disappear?
Does a more wonderful world spread out if we use AI well? Various discussions fly.
By CCC creative seminar, we have Kenichiro Motegi of scholar of brain science,
From progress and possibility of AI, viewpoint of brain science including human creativity, fix your eyes on the times when AI becomes more imminent,
We have you talk about possibility and AI of human brain and society to live in amicably,
We think hint of the coming AI era to be able to learn.
Session: Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Holding time: 18:30-20:30 (opening 18:00)
Shizuoka City Cultural and Creative Industries Promotion Center the second floor multi-purpose room
※Please enter at CCC shop front (you measure up according to Shichikencho).
As you cannot enter from water supply government building shop front and perron of the front right hand, please be careful.
The offer number of people: 80 people (first-come-first-served basis), attendance for free
As it reached capacity, we closed application.
Thank you very much for your many applications.
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Please note that participants may become subject.
Kenichiro Motegi (pick off Kenichiro)
Scholar of brain science, writer, broadcaster. SONY computer science research institute seat of honor researcher.
The University of Tokyo, Japan Women's University part-time teacher.
It was born in Tokyo for 1,962 years. After the University of Tokyo department of science, the law department graduation, we complete University of Tokyo Graduate School science system graduate course physics specialty course. Doctor of science.
Incumbent via Institute of Physical and Chemical Research, Cambridge University. Specialty is brain science, cognitive science.
We study brain and relations of heart as keyword in "qualia" (feel of a material to have of sense).
In 2005, we win the fourth Hideo Kobayashi Prize for "brain and imagination".
It is from "now, here to all places" and, in 2009, wins the twelfth Takeo Kuwahara arts and sciences prize.
We translate by 31 countries, 29 languages, and English book which featured the theme of IKIGAI is published.