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Co-Creating New Society with Advanced Technologies

Program Objectives

This grant program supports projects tackling social issues arising from rapid development of advanced technologies such as AI and IoT. For details, please visit our Japanese site at https://www.toyotafound.or.jp/special/2019/advanced.htmlこのリンクは別ウィンドウで開きます

*"Co-Creating New Society with Advanced Technologies" application forms are only available in Japanese.

Comments by Selection Committee Chair

Comments by the Selection Committee Chair on Co-Cr­eatin­g New­ Soci­ety w­ith A­dvanc­ed Te­chnol­ogies­ 2019
Previous comments are available in the Annual Report.

Grant List

Grant Number Project Title Project Representative Organization/Position Grant Amount(yen)
D19-ST-0006 Advanced Technology and International Relations: Exploring Challenges Related to International Relations over Security, Economy, and Information and Communication Technologies, and Platform Formation Yoshiaki Takayama Center for Disarmament, Science and Technology, Japan Institute of International Affairs/Research Fellow 6,500,000
D19-ST-0012 Effects of implementing mental health support app for athletes: Benefits and challenges of introducing high technology to interpersonal services Yasutaka Ojio National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry, National Institute of Mental Health
, Department of Community Mental Health & Law/Researcher
D19-ST-0014 Promoting a children-centered society where disabled and healthy children can coexist by using digital art and sensors Yuki Oka Non-profit Organization Ubdobe/Representative Director 5,800,000
D19-ST-0015 Interactive Arts and Disability: Creative Rehabilitation and Activity for Individuals with a Disability Shigenori Mochizuki College of Image Arts and Sciences, Ritsumeikan University/Associate Professor 3,900,000
D19-ST-0019 Requirements for Social Decision-Making by/with AI: Research on "Good" Datasets and "Desirable" Outputs Hirotsugu Ohba Department of Ethics, Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University/Research Fellow 6,100,000
D19-ST-0020 A Study on the Impact of the Spread of Digital Health on Patient Dynamics and Medical Systems Kuichiro Taguchi General Incorporated Associations,The Future Lab./Representative Director 4,700,000
D19-ST-0025 Research and Trial for Molbot Roadmap Based on Cross-Disciplinary and International Perspectives Ryuma Shineha Research Center on Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues (ELSI), Osaka University/Associate Professor 7,000,000

List of grants 2018このリンクは別ウィンドウで開きます

Grant Framework

Call for Proposals October 7 to December 6, 2019
Total Amount of Grants 40 million yen
Grant Amount per Project Up to 10 million yen
Length of Grant One to three years, beginning April 1st, 2020
Grant Selection Formal decisions on the awarding of grants will be made at the Toyota Foundation Board of Directors Meeting scheduled to be held in March 2020, based on the deliberations of a selection committee composed of outside experts.

Program Guidelines and Application Form

Japanese document only.

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