【Tokyo Roundtable on Existential Risks and AI organized by Research Organization of Information and Systems】

Recent advancement in big data, machine learning, and artificial intelligence fuels a lot of excitements on the bright future enabled by this new technology. At the same time, there are growing concerns that the future AI may have negative impacts on our society.

We have a distinguished thinker, Jaan Tallinn, together with Japanese scholars, policy makers, and industry leaders in a closed roundtable and discuss challenges and opportunities of this pressing issue.



Time/Date:      15:30-17:30, Monday, January 25th, 2016


Venue:          IINO Hall & Conference Center

                IINO Building 4F, Uchisaiwai-cho 2-1-1, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo



- Greetings

  Tom Higuchi, Director-General, The Institute of Statistical Mathematics


- Keynote Speech

  Jaan Tallinn, Co-Founder of Skype, Kazaa, and the Future of Life Institute


- Topics1

  Big Data, Machine Learning, and Resilience

  Hiroshi Maruyama, The Institute of Statistical Mathematics


- Topics2



- Discussions



If you would like to join this roundtable, please contact the following by 18:00, January 20th, Wednesday.


Kozo Kitamura (e-mail: kitamuk@ism.ac.jp ), URA Station, The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Research Organization of Information and Systems