The Fourth Kyoto Kokoro Initiative Symposium, “Kokoro and Artificial Mind” (held on October 14th, 2019), has been published in Book Form by Sogensha
The contents of the Fourth Kyoto Kokoro Initiative Symposium, “Kokoro and Artificial Mind” (held at the Kyoto University Clock Tower Centennial Hall on October 14th, 2019), have been published in book form entitled “<Kokoro> and Artificial Mind” by Sogensha (in Japanese).
This book contains lectures by 3 symposiasts including Prof. Toru Nishigaki (Professor Emeritus, The University of Tokyo), Prof. Tetsuya Ogata (Professor, Waseda University, Joint Appointed Fellows, Artificial Intelligence Research Center), and Prof. Makoto Nagao (Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University), as well as their discussions with Prof. Toshio Kawai (KRC) and Prof. Hiroshi Yoshioka (KRC). In addition, it includes an introduction specially written by Prof. Yoshioka.
Through the dialogue of leading figures in the fields of information science, robotics, art, and clinical psychology, this book aims to reexamine <Kokoro> in today’s society, which has made remarkable progress in natural science and technology, including the development of artificial intelligence.
Publisher’s Website (only in Japanese).