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The Hyperdifferential Society of Japan 2024 Osaka-Kansai Conference will be held on August 31, 2024. The keynote lecture will be given by Takeo Kanade!

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LIVERNESS Corporation is developing the "Super Interdisciplinary Society," a place where participants from different fields and industries, including academia, large corporations, ventures, local factories, producers, educational institutions such as junior high schools and high schools, and local governments, can discuss and integrate their knowledge and technologies, identify new research themes and issues that humanity should face, and work together to promote research. The "Super Interdisciplinary Society" is a place where participants from different fields and industries can discuss and integrate their knowledge and technologies, identify new research themes and issues that humanity should face, and promote research together.

The Hyperdifferential Society of Japan 2024 Osaka-Kansai Conference will be held on Saturday, August 31, 2024.
The conference theme is Rebuilding the Research Ecosystem.

ゼロからイチを生み出す研究はそもそも“おもろい”ものです。しかし、現在日本の研究界隈から聞こえてくるのは暗い話ばかり。時代の変遷の中で予算やポスト、重点テーマ、評価制度、研究者育成など、今の研究の進め方がうまく機能しなくなっているのかもしれません。一方で、東南アジア各国が発展し、現地の研究者たちは学民問わず対等な研究パートナーとなりました。日本や欧米、中国だけでなく、東南アジアにも研究のフィールドは広がってきています。世界の状況が変わってきた今こそ、研究者としての原点に立ち戻り、アカデミア、企業研究所、さらに研究成果の社会への橋渡しまで含めた研究エコシステムの再構築にむけた議論をスタートしていきたいと考えています。

The keynote speaker will be Takeo Kanade of Carnegie Mellon University. Dr. Kanade is a leading expert in computer vision and intelligent robotics, and has created a number of innovative technologies that are now part of everyday life, such as face recognition technology and automated driving. In his lecture, Mr. Kanade will talk about his research, which has produced amazing results while solving problems, as well as his concept of "amateur ideas, expert execution" and the concept of research entrepreneurship, which he has developed through his own experience.

 This is a super interdisciplinary conference where participants with diverse backgrounds come together. Through Mr. Kanade's lecture and stimulating discussions among participants, we hope to provide an opportunity to change the research community in both industry and academia in Japan into a more vibrant one. 

RIVANES will promote activities to change the research community in both industry and academia in Japan into a more vibrant one by organizing super interdisciplinary conferences and bringing together knowledge and technology across fields based on the philosophy of "realizing the development of science and technology and contributing to the global community.

Abstract of the Conference of the Association of Hyperdifferent Fields 2024 Osaka/Kansai

Conference theme: Rebuilding the Research Ecosystem
Date & Time: Saturday, August 31, 2024 09:30-18:30
Location: Knowledge Capital Conference Room Tower C (8F Grand Front Osaka Tower C, 3-1 Ohfuka-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka City, Osaka)

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Abstract Registration and Audience Registration Now Open!

We look forward to welcoming many people from academia, venture companies, large corporations, town factories, local governments, junior high and high school students, and others to the Hyperdifferent Fields Conference.

Abstract submission deadline: Friday, May 31, 23:59

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Keynote Speaker Profile

Mr. Takeo Kanade
Founder's Memorial Full Professor, Carnegie Mellon University
Invited Distinguished Professor, Faculty of Advanced Studies, Kyoto University

D. in Engineering from Kyoto University in 1973. After working as an assistant and associate professor at the Faculty of Engineering, Kyoto University, he moved to Carnegie Mellon University in 1980. He has served as Director of the Robotics Institute.
As a computer vision and intelligent robotics researcher, he is particularly proud of his achievements, including the development of the world's first computerized human face image recognition and face detection technology, the invention of the Lucas-Kanade algorithm used in most video processing today, and the development of multi-camera imaging technology used today, such as the "eye vision" technology used in the 35th Super Bowl, in which more than 30 robot cameras captured a 360-degree view of the field of vision. He is also known for the invention of an algorithm called the Lucas-Kanade method, which is used in most video processing today, and for the development of many technologies used in everyday life today, including the multi-camera imaging technology represented by "Eye Vision," which used more than 30 robot cameras to capture a 360-degree field of view at the 35th Super Bowl.
He has received the Kyoto Prize, the Franklin Foundation Medal Bauer Award, the IEEE Founder's Medal, the Allen Newell Award from the American Society for Intelligence, the Armenian National Award Global IT Award, and the Tateishi Special Award.
He is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Academy of Engineering, a Person of Cultural Merit, and a member of the Japan Academy.

 

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