Professor, Information Technology Center of the University of Tokyo
Group Leader, Artificial Intelligence in Society Research Group, RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project (AIP)
Hiroshi Nakagawa is a professor at the Information Technology Center of the University of Tokyo. He is also Group Leader of Artificial Intelligence in Society Research Group and Team Leader of Privacy and Social System Team at RIKEN AIP, which analyzes the problems caused by the advancing technologies of artificial intelligence and machine learning and then seek the solution for these problems, with special focus on the anonymization techniques for private data of individual person among various types of big data. He specializes in Statistical Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing and Information Retrieval. He obtained BA in Electric Engineering from the University of Tokyo in 1975 and graduated from the Graduate School of the University of Tokyo in 1980. He was a visiting researcher at Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI) at Stanford University in 1990.
Special Session: Social Impact of AI – future of AI and society, ethics
【Day 2-5】Safety and Benefits in the Long Term
AI takes over human jobs
It is not new that new technologies take over jobs previously done by human, such as industrial revolution. But many people think the case of AI is different. Davenport proposes new jobs that are not taken by AI, however, in reality, it is not so optimistic. In addition, we can expect more serious problem caused by AI. In this talk, I will look at more closely these situations and try to find the way to cope with this situation.n