“AI and Humans” Roundtable Series, Part 3: Can AI Become Gods?: A Follow-Up Discussion with Professional Go Playersイベント予定座談会/Roundtable
Sunday, 4 December 2022, 3:30 - 5:30 pm
Two professional Go players, two AI researchers, and one humanities researcher take a deep dive into the relationship between Go and AI, compare AI (i.e., artificial intelligence) and the human brain, and engage in a thorough public discussion on the potentials and limitations of AI.
“Pre-earthquake Preparation Processes” Lecture by Prof. Yehuda BEN-ZIONイベント予定講演会/Lecture
Tuesday, 6 December 2022, 1:15 pm - 2:45 pm
The lecture discusses several initiatives to clarify physical processes leading to large earthquakes by geophysical observations, experiments, and modeling; and to improve society’s preparation for large earthquakes through upgrades of instrumental monitoring and early warning alerts, developing better building codes, and community education activities.
Digital Revolution: Data-led Prosperity in the 21st Centuryイベント予定講演会/Lecture
Saturday, 10 December 2022, 10:00-11:00 am (Doors open: 9:30 am)
The special lecture will be presented by the Chairman of the Tata Group, one of India’s foremost business leaders. It will highlight learnings from its heritage that made it successful for over 150 years. It will also outline a vision for thriving in the future, adapting to the challenges of AI, jobs and data security, including India and Japan collaboration.
Dialogue with Dictators: The Costs and Benefits of High-Level Diplomacy with North Koreaイベント予定対話/Dialogue
Thursday, 15 December 2022, 4:00-5:30 pm
What can be gained from holding high-level summits with a “rogue state” like North Korea? Do those potential gains outweigh the risk of lending prestige and legitimacy to a dictatorial regime? Two speakers will lead a critical discussion of these questions.
Ambassador Alastair Morgan discusses the high-level meetings with the DPRK in 2018-19, and Dr. Meredith Shaw explains how summits are depicted in North Korean domestic propaganda.