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[11/27 27th Economic Security Study Session] Possibilities and limitations of generative AI seen from natural language processing research ~Applications to economic security considered through research cases~

December 2023, 11

Generative AI, represented by the conversational AI "ChatGPT," whose use is rapidly expanding due to recent dramatic developments.With the advent of these technologies, AI has become more familiar, and not only the general public but also Japanese companies who are using it for business purposes are rapidly increasing, so we need to understand its characteristics and use it.Therefore, we invited Professor Kano, an expert in the fields of natural language processing and artificial intelligence, to explain what generative AI is, what it can be used for, and what it is not suitable for, along with examples and demonstrations. Through the introduction of specific research cases, we will provide a wide range of explanations about the possibilities of application in economic security.
In addition, Mari Yamamoto, director of FRONTEO Co., Ltd., will talk about analysis examples of supply chains for conflict minerals and other products using FRONTEO AI “KIBIT Seizu Analysis.”

【Webinar Summary】

◆Theme: Possibilities and limitations of generative AI from the perspective of natural language processing research
      ~Applications to economic security through research cases~
◆ Date: November 2023, 11 (Monday) 27: 14-00: 15
◆ Webinar type: Zoom Webinar
◆ Participation conditions: Those who belong to a company
Participants from the same industry, individuals, and free e-mail addresses are not allowed to participate.
For details of the study session Click here for more information.

Associate Professor, Department of Behavioral Informatics, Faculty of Informatics, Shizuoka University
Yoshinobu Kano

Graduated from the Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, University of Tokyo in 2001, completed master's program in Computer Science, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, University of Tokyo in 2003, withdrew from the doctoral program in 2007, and Ph.D. (Information Science and Engineering) (University of Tokyo, 2011).
After working as a project researcher and a JST PRESTO researcher, in 2014 he became an associate professor at the Department of Informatics, Faculty of Science, Shizuoka University (current position).
Representative of the Artificial Intelligence Society, regular member of the Information Processing Society of Japan and the Language Processing Society of Japan.
Since graduate school, he has been consistently engaged in research on natural language processing.He is interested in building natural language processing models that are more similar to humans, and in the applications of language processing in areas such as dialogue, medicine, law, and politics.
Director / AI Solution Business Management and President's Office Manager
Mari Yamamoto

After joining an advertising agency, she was enrolled in a risk management company.Launch the mental health care business, execute business plans, product development, marketing, and sales strategies, and lead to the top market share in the industry. In 2014, she became a director of the company and was listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange in 2017.
Joined FRONTEO Inc. in December 2018 and became a director in 12, managing and directing the entire AI solution business.
In the life science AI business, we will promote development in the digital health field such as diagnosis support and disease prediction using the AI ​​engine "KIBIT".In the drug discovery field, we will greatly improve the efficiency of drug discovery research by fusing AI and drug discovery experts.・Develop business that supports acceleration and improvement of success rate, and challenge new areas in life science.
In the business intelligence business, he uses KIBIT to lead corporate DX promotion support.We will also develop AI-based solutions in the economic security field to support governments, public offices, and companies.
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