From October 1, 2022 to November 27, 2022, IRCN will hold an exhibition titled "Advancing ″neurointelligence″ Brain Observers and Creatorsn" at the Komaba Museum of the University of Tokyo.
This exhibit is a reconstruction of the permanent exhibition (Visionary Lab) at Miraikan (the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation), which was held from March 25, 2021 to March 6, 2022. This exhibition explores what kind of vision (=ideal future image) can be created through the fusion of brain research and artificial intelligence (AI) research, gaining a new perspective on " Neurointelligence" from cutting-edge research and exploring the great potential of the brain together. Visitors can experience the front lines of collaboration between researchers with different perspectives on brain research and AI research, and have a variety of experiences related to the "Neurointelligence”.
Under the themes of "Experience Neurointelligence," "Understand Neurointelligence," "Investigate Neurointelligence," and "Create Neurointelligence," visitors can see, hear, and touch actual devices and AI to understand the similarities, differences, and characteristics of the human brain and AI as revealed through the cutting-edge brain and AI research. Visitors can also participate in the creation of visions through the exhibition by imagining the future based on the visions of researchers and expressing their own opinions about what kind of AI can be created from brain research and how it can help create a future where each of us is respected.
Exhibits are available in both Japanese and English.
We look forward to seeing you at the Komaba Museum of the University of Tokyo.
Exhibition Period: October 1, 2022 - November 27, 2022 (Free Admission)
Closed: Every Tuesday
Location: The University of Tokyo Komaba Museum 3-8 Komaba, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 1-1 (Nearest station: Komaba-todaimae, Inokashira Line)