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MonthlyFOctober 2023

202310.31 Can AI-based brain and language training conserve cultural diversity? (Selected for a matching fund) Posted in INFORMATION

Given that daily life communication skills are often based on spoken language and that many children today grow up in multilingual environments, the development of efficient techniques for their training is an important issue for educational equity and the sustainability of cultural diversity. We are undertaking a joint research challenge with Professor Kazuya Saito of UCL (University College London) to innovate this training technology using AI and brain science. Our proposal ”Sustaining Multilingual Children’ Well-Being Through AI-Based Brain and Language Training: A Pathway to Academic and Business Expansion” has been selected for FY2024 support by the matching fund that promote and encourage collaborative research between Tohoku University and UCL. (Sugiura)
https://web.tohoku.ac.jp/ged/11688?lang=en

 

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