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The 3rd symposium on Ph. D program in Humanics, “Beyond human capabilities: How do Cybernics and AI will change human physical limits”

The 3rd symposium on Ph. D program in Humanics, “Beyond human capabilities: How do Cybernics and AI will change human physical limits”

The 3rd symposium on Ph. D program in Humanics, “Beyond human capabilities: How do Cybernics and AI will change human physical limits”

●Date: Dec. 2 (Wed), 2020 16:30₋18:55
●Online
●Language: English

One of the most prominent applications in the field of brain-computer interfaces is the development of artificial limbs such as hands or legs created by the merge between Cybernics and AI. This fusion will establish the scientific and technological basis for human augmentation, extending human capability beyond innate, physiological levels, cognitively, emotionally and physically. This session aims to deliver future applications of brain-computer interfaces as well as bring discussion among students about the possibilities of human augmentation.

■Timetable: PDF
December 2nd, Wed., 2020.

16:30-16:35

Greetings from the program leader, Prof. Masashi Yanagisawa

16:35-17:15

Session 1

Cybernics

Invited lecture

Speaker: Prof. Hideki Kadone, University of Tsukuba
"Changes in limb motion control of patients with neurological disorders after HAL treatment: a clinical neuro-mechanics approach"

17:15-17:35

Panel Discussion

Prof. Hideki Kadone, Prof. Masashi Yanagisawa, &  Students of Ph.D. Program in Humanics 

17:35-17:50

Coffee Break

17:50-18:30

Session 2

AI

Invited lecture

Speaker: Prof. Christian Becker-Asano, Stuttgart Media University
"Artificial Intelligence applied to socially interactive systems - from virtual to robotic humans."

18:35-18:55

Panel Discussion

Prof.  Christian Becker-Asano, Prof. Masashi Yanagisawa, &  Students of Ph.D. Program in Humanics

■Online registration
We would like to warmly welcome you all to the Session.
Please access the following address.
https://tgsw.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/participants/

■Due
Deadline Dec. 1 (Tue), 2020

■Poster PDF

■Contact
Email: horie@cs.tsukuba.ac.jp (Session organizer)
sigma@un.tsukuba.ac.jp (Humanics Program, Sigma Office)