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6-5

Beyond human capabilities: How do Cybernics and AI will change human physical limits

Session No. 6-5
Title Beyond human capabilities: How do Cybernics and AI will change human physical limits
Session organizer Horie Kazumasa
Date & Time December 2nd, Wed., 2020. 16:00₋18:55
Location Online

According to MIT Professor, Hugh Herr, humans will be able to end disability in this 21st century and establish the scientific and technological basis for human augmentation, extending human capability beyond innate, physiological levels, cognitively, emotionally and physically. This session aims to deliver an holistic scope of the new era of postethics as well as bring discussion about brain-computer interface future applications.

■Invited lecture & Panel Discussion

 Session 1: Cybernics
  Speaker: Prof. Hideki Kadone(University of Tsukuba)

 Session 2: AI
  Speaker: Prof. Christian Becker-Asano, Stuttgart Media University(Stuttgart Media University)

■Poster PDF

Ph. D. Program in Humanics WEBsite

■Contact
Email: horie@cs.tsukuba.ac.jp (Session organizer)
sigma@un.tsukuba.ac.jp (Humanics Program, Sigma Office)

16:30-16:35 Greetings from the program leader, Prof. Masashi Yanagisawa
16:35-17:15 Session 1: Cybernics

Speaker: Prof. Hideki Kadone, University of Tsukuba
Title :Changes in limb motion control of patients with neurological disorders after HAL treatment: a clinical neuro-mechanics approach
17:15-17:35 Session 1: Cybernics

Panel Discussion
Prof. Hideki Kadone, Prof. Masashi Yanagisawa, & Students of Ph.D. Program in Humanics
17:35-17:50 Coffee Break
17:50-18:30 Session 2: AI

Invited lecture
Speaker: Prof. Christian Becker-Asano, Stuttgart Media University
Title : Artificial Intelligence applied to socially interactive systems - from virtual to robotic humans.
18:35-18:55 Session 2: AI

Panel Discussion
Prof. Christian Becker-Asano, Prof. Masashi Yanagisawa, & Students of Ph.D. Program in Humanics

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