B'AI is a research group dedicated to the development of Artificial Intelligence and other digital technologies to achieve a gender equal society that guarantees minority rights.

Mission &
Director's Message

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People

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Women in Tech Lunch

B’AI Global Forum is organizing the “Women in Tech Lunch” as a casual gathering for women in STEM fields to come together, connect, and exchange ideas.

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Essay Collection “Artificial Intelligence and Society”

B'AI Global Forum has organized a class "Artificial Intelligence and Society" in the University of Tokyo's 2021 summer semester. This essay collection contains essays written by nine first- and second-year students of the College of Arts and Sciences who took this class.

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B’AI Book Club

B'AI Book Club is a book review project in which members of B’AI Global Forum read foreign literature that examines information technology such as artificial intelligence (AI) and algorithms from a critical perspective.

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Trauma Reporting Study Group

The Trauma Reporting Study Group explores ways in which journalism can play a role while respecting those who have suffered physical and mental damage, including victims of accidents, disasters, sexual violence, and survivors of war and conflict.

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BAIRAL Project

BAIRAL (B’AI RA League) examines relationships between artificial intelligence (AI) and society from both theoretical and practical aspects.

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Talk series on inequity, stereotypes and stigma in leisure

This is a talk series about understanding inequality, discrimination, and stigma in daily life.

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Media and Diversity Forum (MeDi)

“Media and Diversity Forum (MeDi)” is a discussion forum for researchers and journalists as well as a network that engages both activism and research.

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EVENTS

Invitation to the 7th Women in Tech Lunch

On April 17, 2024, the B’AI Global Forum will hold the 7th Women in Tech Lunch, a casual gathering for women in STEM fields to come together, connect, and exchange ideas.

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EVENTS

Invitation to the 6th Women in Tech Lunch

On March 27, 2024, the B’AI Global Forum will hold the 6th Women in Tech Lunch, a casual gathering for women in STEM fields to come together, connect, and exchange ideas.

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EVENTS

Lecture by Dr. Jiré Emine Gözen
“From “Data Made Flesh in the Mazes” to “A Vessel that Accepts Nature as It Is”: Media Environments as Infrastructures and Experimental Assemblages to Imagine and Re-imagining AI”

The B’AI Global Forum will hold a talk by Dr. Jiré Emine Gözen entitled “From “Data Made Flesh in the Mazes” to “A Vessel that Accepts Nature as It Is”: Media Environments as Infrastructures and Experimental Assemblages to Imagine and Re-imagining AI” on March 19, 2024.

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REPORTS

Report on the 22nd B’AI Book Club
Susan L. Mizruchi eds. (2020) Libraries and Archives in the Digital Age. Switzerland: Springer Cham.

The 22nd session of the B’AI Book Club took place on September 26, 2023. B’AI Research Assistant Nozomi Ohtsuki introduced the book “Libraries and Archives in the Digital Age” (2020) edited by Susan L. Mizruchi.

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REPORTS

Report on the 6th BAIRAL Research Meeting for 2023
“asEars: Designing and Evaluating the User Experience of Wearable Assistive Devices for Single-Sided Deafness”

On March 18, 2024, the 6th BAIRAL research meeting for 2023 was held online. Ken Takaki, a PhD Student at the Graduate School of Engineering at the University of Tokyo was invited to speak on the theme of “asEars: Designing and Evaluating the User Experience of Wearable Assistive Devices for Single-Sided Deafness.”

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REPORTS

Report on the 3rd BAIRAL Research Meeting for 2023
“Understanding and Generating Humor by Computers: Toward Smooth Communication between Human and AI”

On July 31, 2023, the 3rd BAIRAL Research Meeting for 2023 took place online. Kohtaro Tanaka, a Master’s Student at Graduate School of Information Science and Technology at The University of Tokyo, was invited to speak on the theme of "Understanding and Generating Humor by Computers: Toward Smooth Communication between Human and AI."

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Centers working on AI ethics

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Reports on AI ethics

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