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DWIH Tokyo

Welcome to the DWIH Tokyo: Here you can learn more about our mission, DWIH services and how to get in touch with us.

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Future of Work in Industry 4.0 & Society 5.0

[31 March] Progressing digitization and advancements of AI technologies are changing our work. While some see a great potential for collaboration of human and artificial intelligence in the future workplace, others fear that artificial intelligence will eventually replace human work. How do Japan and Germany envision the “future of work”? Follow our web talk with 4 experts from Germany and Japan to find out and engage in the discussion!

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Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence promises the next great revolution in how we live, work and play. The DWIH Tokyo helps bring together German innovation and Japanese expertise to address issues such as machine learning, human-computer interaction, and the creation of intelligent systems capable of recognizing and responding to real-time stimuli.


DWIH Annual Report 2018

"Working Innovatively in a Digital World": This was the annual focus topic for the German Centres for Research and Innovation (DWIH) in New York, São Paulo, Moscow, New Delhi and Tokyo in 2018. In addition to the print and Web PDF versions of the DWIH Annual Report, you can also use the Pageflow multimedia tool to read all about the highlights of the global DWIH network in 2018.

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“The Role Played by Humans Will Change Considerably”

“Applied knowledge is crucial when designing the digitized working world:” an interview with Professor Wilhelm Bauer, executive director of the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO and chairman of the Fraunhofer Group for Innovation Research.

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Research and Innovation

The DWIH provides a showcase for the research, science and innovation landscape in Germany. We also inform you on career tracks, research funding and opportunities for research collaboration.

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