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Cross-Ministerial Strategic Innovation Promotion Program (SIP) Phase 2: Big Data and AI-Enabled Cyberspace Technologies

Project overview

Project period: FY2018 to FY2022, FY2021 budget: JPY 1.929 billion
PL: ANZAI Yuichiro (Advisor, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science/Director, Center for Science Information Analysis)

 The goal of this project is to work toward the social implementation of cyber-physical systems characterized by a high degree of fusion between cyber and physical spaces to realize Society 5.0 by developing the following basic technologies related to big data and AI: basic human interaction technology that supports or augments human cognition and behavior through collaboration between people and AI, cross-field data linkage infrastructure technology, and basic inter-AI cooperation technology.

 With regard to basic technologies, the three priority fields indicated in the Artificial Intelligence Technology Strategy industrialization roadmap—productivity, medical care/welfare, and mobility—will be kept in mind to promote the birth of a new business model that utilizes big data and AI. More specifically, this will be accomplished by: collecting data on multiple field sites in areas for which Japan has high quality on-site information as well as in areas with social issues that Japan needs to address; implementing associated prototyping and technology demonstration /evaluation; verifying the effectiveness of basic technology; and creating multiple examples of practical application.

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Basic information

Technical field
  • Robots and artificial intelligence
Project code P18013
Department in charge
  • Robot and Artificial Intelligence Technology Department (TEL: 044-520-5242)