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Third Symposium on AI Center will be held on Saturday, November 23.

As a third symposium, we will have a guest speaker, Professor Hideharu Amano from Keio University and will talk about "A multi-FPGA system for AI application."

Also, UoA faculty members who are engaged in wide field of AI research will talk about their research.

It is a good opportunity to have exposure to our cutting-edge research. Anyone who is interested is welcome to participate. All lectures will be in English only.

Date and time: Saturday, November 23, 2019 From 9:30 to 16:30

Place: UBIC (University-Business Innovation Center), The University of Aizu

Participation fee: Free

Lecturers: UoA Faculty Members 4 persons + External Lecturer 2 persons

Program (draft):

<Morning session> Chairperson: Regent Jiro Iwase

【Opening】9:30-9:40 President Ryuichi Oka

【Lecture 1】9:40-10:30 "Deep Learning Based On-Road Risk Detection" Professor Qiangfu Zhao

【Lecture 2】10:40-11:30 "Physics of Mental Space" Professor Ihor Lubashevsky

【Lecture 3】11:40-12:30 "From Finger Tracking and Gesture Interpretation to Motion Understanding" Distinguished Professor Timothy K. Shih, Vice Dean of College of EECS, Director of Innovative AI Research Center, National Central University, Taiwan

【Luch break】12:30-13:30

<Afternoon session> Chairperson: Professor Qiangfu Zhao

【Lectures 4: Keynote speech】13:30-14:30 "A multi-FPGA system for AI application" Professor Hideharu Amano, Keio University

【Lecture 5】14:40-15:30 "Energy Management System based on High-speed, Low-power AI-Chip, and Electrical Vehicles (EVs)" Professor Ben Abdallah Abderazek

【Lecture 6】15:40-16:30 " AI and Creativity - Symbols and Knowledge Formats for Creativity Development" Senior Associate Professor Rentaro Yoshioka

*Lectures will be in English.

*Please refer a flyer. Flyer

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