Lecture by Dr. Ana Beduschi
“Artificial Intelligence and Digital Technologies at the Border: Migration and Human Rights Considerations”
For this lecture on August 24, 2021, Dr. Ana Beduschi from the University of Exeter Law School will talk about the application of artificial intelligence in border control and the implications on human rights.
For this talk event on June 28, 2021, Prof. Yuichiro Nishimura from the Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences at Nara Women's University will introduce participatory map editing projects.
In this seminar, Prof. Kaori Hayashi and Prof. Shin Mizukoshi critically explore questions of new media ethics and literacy arising from the increasing use of immersive AI technologies in society.
The B’AI Global Forum will hold a talk “Idols and the Structure of Oppression：Norms and Distortions in Leisure Spaces,” which is the 4th talk of our talk series on “Inequity, Stereotypes, and Stigma in Leisure,” on Friday, July 2, 2021.
In this Research Meeting, Dr. Hiromi Arai (RIKEN) will introduce cases such as an invasion of privacy in profiling by data providers and talk about the fairness and accountability of privacy protection techniques and machine learning regarding ethical issues.
The B’AI Global Forum will hold a talk by Hiroko Kanoh entitled “Disparities and Bullying in Online Games: E-sports Players Becoming Gladiators,” which is the 3rd installment of our talk series on “Inequity, Stereotypes, and Stigma in Leisure,” on Tuesday, May 25, 2021.
Lecture by Dr. Ai Hisano
“Taste and Vision in History: The Transformation of “Aesthetics” and the Rise of Consumer Society”
The B’AI Global Forum is delighted to welcome Dr. Ai Hisano who has joined the University of Tokyo this spring. Dr. Hisano will be talking about her previous research and prospect as a member of the University of Tokyo’s “Excellent Young Researcher.”
The 1st BAIRAL Research Meeting for 2021
“The Development of the Dictionary Enabling Deaf Children to Look up Basic Japanese Verbs from Japanese Sign Language”
For this talk event on April 24, 2021, the members of project "Sign Language to Dictionary," a Japanese-language learning dictionary for deaf children using machine learning, will introduce the process of developing "Sign Language to Dictionary."
The B’AI Global Forum will hold an online workshop "Introduction to Data Analysis with R," co-hosted by the Software Carpentry, the Carpentries and the Carpentries Japan.