The 3rd Japanese-German-French AI Symposium: AI for Planetary Challenges in the Anthropocene

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At the 3rd trilateral symposium on Artificial Intelligence (AI), more than 60 speakers from Japan, France and Germany gathered in Tokyo to discuss measures to tackle planetary challenges that humankind is facing in the Anthropocene and share their visions for realizing a sustainable society.

Following the 1st and 2nd trilateral symposia in 2018 and 2020, which welcomed more than 150 distinguished speakers and 1,300 participants, the 3rd symposium in Tokyo featured plenary and parallel sessions on various current AI topics and provided networking opportunities to further promote trilateral collaboration.

During the two days, we were happy to welcome more than 300 participants onsite and 400 online! You can see some impressions from the symposium on Twitter and LinkedIn under #Trilateral_AI

Event Information

October 27 to 28, 2022

Miraikan (The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation) / Tokyo
Organizer(s): AI Japan R&D Network, DWIH Tokyo, Embassy of France to Japan

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