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Research Proposal Submitted by Professor Ichiro Tsuda (Chubu University Academy of Emerging Sciences) Selected for the Japan Science and Technology (JST) Agency’s CREST Funding Program

[September 26, 2017]

A research proposal submitted by Professor Ichiro Tsuda (Chubu University Academy of Emerging Sciences) was selected for the Japan Science and Technology (JST) Agency’s CREST funding program.

Strategic Objective: Advanced interaction technologies within networked intelligent information environment
Research Area: “Symbiotic Interaction: Creation and development of core technologies interfacing human and information environments”
Research Supervisor: Kenji Mase (Graduate School of Informatics, Nagoya University)
Publications Submitted: 73; Selected: 5 (acceptance rate: 6.8%)

Overview:
We aim to construct an artificial system that produces functional differentiation via interactions with complex environment in order to adapt itself quickly to the environment. For this purpose, we develop a principle of self-organization with constraints which produces functional differentiation, and explore collective intelligence in humans and primates. We conduct the research via analyses of interactions between brain areas, individuals and groups, respectively. The research results are expected to contribute to the development of order-made medical treatments, the design of interacting robots, in particular, with humans, and the creation of new format of community based on collective intelligence.
 

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