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Researcher's Profile

Professor
Tatsuya HARADA

Machine Intelligence

E-mail: haradami.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp

Tel: 03-5841-1650

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Biography

2001.03 Doctor (Eng.), The University of Tokyo (UTokyo)
2001.04 Research Fellowship for Young Scientists (PD), JSPS
2001.09 Visiting Scientist, Carnegie Mellon University
2001.12 Research Associate, Information Science and Technology (IST), UTokyo
2006.04 Lecturer, IST, UTokyo
2009.04 Associate Professor, IST, UTokyo
2013.04 Professor, IST, UTokyo
2016.10 Team Leader, RIKEN AIP
2017.11 Visiting Professor, RCMB, NII
2019.09 Professor, RCAST, UTokyo


Research Interests

powerful computing power. To cut into this problem, we are conducting research using computer science in general, including mathematical foundations and robotics.

1. Mathematical foundation
Information theory, Machine learning, Deep learning, Data mining, Pattern recognition, Feature extraction theory, Causal analysis, Statistical learning theory

2. Recognition, understanding, thinking
Image recognition, Natural language processing, Speech / music information processing, Action recognition, Multimodal recognition, Computer vision, Three-dimensional information processing, Information retrieval, Dialogue understanding, Emotion understanding, Image / video natural language description and summarization, Discovery of interestingness

3. Generate
Image generation, Music generation, Robot behavior generation, Dialogue system, Article generation

 

Keyword

visual recognition, machine learning, intelligent robot, recognition and generation of real-world information

Edudational Systems

  • Dept. of Mechano-Informatics, IST
  • Dept. of Creative Informatics, IST
  • Department of Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate school of Engineering


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