Third Symposium on AI Center was held on Saturday, November 23.
In this symposium, Professor Hideharu Amano, Keio University lectured about "A multi-FPGA system for AI application" as a keynote speech.
Professor Timothy K. Shih, National Central University, Taiwan shared his research about making instrumental sound from finger tracking.
UoA faculty members' research on four themes were also given: Deep Learning Based On-Road Risk Detection by Professor Zhao, Physical Modeling of Human's gesture caused by our neural mechanisms by Professor Lubashevsky, Energy Management System based on AI-Chip and Electrical Vehicles by Professor Ben and creativity adaption, generating ideas and decisions in AI and humans' correlation by Senior Associate Professor Yoshioka.
We are deeply grateful for those who participated the symposium.