CARS2022 Public Lecture will be held on Saturday, June 11, 2022.
Theme: “The Contribution of AI and Robots to Society (Medicine)
The public lecture to be held at CARS2022 will discuss with you topics related to AI/robotics and advanced medicine, which have attracted particular attention in recent years.
The representative of the research team will talk about the efforts to contribute to the “society of AI and robotics,” which is the goal of Goal 3 of the Moonshot Research Project proposed by the Cabinet Office.
We will explore the relationship between AI and medical care.
Speakers (titles omitted)
・Toshio Fukuda (Visiting Professor and Director of Moonshot Goal 3 Program, Organization for the Creation of Future Society, Nagoya University)
・Shigeki Kanno (Professor, School of Science and Engineering, Waseda University)
・Kanako Harada (Associate Professor, Graduate School of Medicine and Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo)
・Yasuhisa Hirata (Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University)
・Yoshihiro Muragaki (Vice President, Institute for Advanced Biomedical Sciences, Tokyo Women’s Medical University, President of CARS2022)
・Ken Masamune (Professor, Institute for Advanced Biomedical Sciences, Tokyo Women’s Medical University, President of JSCAS2022)
・Razo Yamaguchi (Professor, Department of Urology, International Cancer Center, Kobe University Hospital)
・Masato Kanzaki (Professor and Director, Department of Respiratory Surgery, Tokyo Women’s Medical University)
Date: Saturday, June 11, 2022, 13:30-16:30
Place : CIC Tokyo (Webcast)
(Webcast from Cambridge Innovation Center Tokyo)
Organizer： CARS2022 Science Council of Japan Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST)
No charge for participation. You can register from the following URL .
(The secretariat will send you the URL as it will be webcast (in Japanese).
For inquiries, please contact
CARS2022 Secretariat: firstname.lastname@example.org
(Mr. Kitahara (Tokyo University of Seishin University of Medicine), Ms. Tomochika (JCD))
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