[Katsumi Watanabe] Intelligent Information Processing Systems based on Implicit Ambient Surface Information


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Katsumi Watanabe

Katsumi Watanabe

School of Fundamental Science and Engineering, Waseda University
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We aim at understanding of information that exists on the surfaces of human body and machines but are largely ignored (“Implicit Ambient Surface Information”) and utilizing it to establish intelligent information processing systems for creative human-machine collaboration. In particular, we will develop technologies that recode and decode implicit body movements and physiological responses without disrupting natural behaviors and accumulate scientific knowledge for theoretical advances. For this end, we set practical fields (e.g., sports) in order to test the developed technologies and proposed theories and to shoot for the higher quality of activities by humans with collaborations with machines.

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