A Conceptual Paper on PNS by Associate Professor Kumagai, Senior Lecturer Ueda et al. Was Featured on the IT Product Information Site “Keyman’s Net”
Associate Professor Seiji Kumagai, Senior Lecturer Yoshiyuki Ueda, Associate Professor Hiromitsu Awano (Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University), Professor Noriyuki Miura (Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Osaka University) and their colleagues have been researching and developing a “Psyche Navigation System (PNS)” to guide people’s minds to their ideal states. This project was featured on “Keyman’s Net,” an IT product information site for businesses (in Japanese).
In this article, the content of the conceptual paper “Psyche Navigation System Initiative,” which was written by Kumagai, Miura, Awano, and Ueda, and published in the Journal of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence in 2021 (vol. 36-6, pp. 684-694), is presented in an easy-to-understand manner.