December 10, 2017

Kyoto University Utilizes AI to Propose Policies for Japan's Sustainable Future to 2052

Kyoto University Utilizes AI to Propose Policies for Japan's Sustainable Future to 2052
Professor Yoshinori Hiroi and colleagues of Kyoto University's Kokoro Research Center proposed on Sept. 5, 2017, the types of policies needed for Japan's sustainable future. Their work was accomplis...
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