AI to Bridge Borders

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AI to Bridge Borders conference was held October 10th, 2019 at Meiji Kinenkan in Tokyo, Japan. The aim of the conference was to link the Finnish and Japanese AI researchers within the fields of science, culture, technology and aging. The event was organized in collaboration with Kristiina Jokinen (AIST).

The conference also aimed to bring together leading academic researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results but it also provides an opportunity to all those interested in AI to come and listen. The topics of the conference included 1) AI to bridge borders: societies for co-evolving intelligence, 2) AI to bridge humans and artificial agents: societies for social agents, 3) AI to bridge elder and younger citizens and 4) AI to bridge art and technology: societies for good life.

The Finnish Institute invited three keynote speakers:

Other speakers at the conference were:

Photo: Finnish Institute in Japan. From far left: Graham Wilcock, Takeshi Sunaga, Nadezhda Gotcheva, Timo Leino, Naoya Arakawa, Erick Mendieta.