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/2020/advanced.html
*"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 2020
Previous comments are available in the Annual Report.
||Practical Application of a Fraudulent Accounting Detection AI Model for Sound Capital Market Formation: Fusion research that adds the perspective of a practitioner to the three areas of accounting, law, and statistics
||Faculty of Business Science, University of Tsukuba/Associate Professor
||Community Development Using Advanced Technology in a Depopulated and Aging Area: Action research on supporting the elderly using social robots as part of a comprehensive community care system
||Longevity Long-term Care Division, Izu City Hall, Shizuoka Prefecture/Chief Examiner
||A Vision of “MELSIT”: Co-constructing models of multidisciplinary “ELSI Talents” (MELSIT) and collaborative designing for the next MELSIT development
||Research Center on Ethical, Legal and Social Issues, Osaka University/Specially Appointed Fellow
||Study of the Global Situation of Drug-Resistant Bacteria and the Impact of Introducing an AI-Based Bacterial Diagnosis Assistance System into Clinical Laboratories
||GramEye Inc./Director,(Faculty of Medicine, Osaka University)/(Undergraduate)
||Research on Practical IoT Education Curriculum at Kosen
||The Promotion of eSport Science: Toward the social implementation of next-generation sport created by the fusion of sport science and ICT
||Faculty of Health and Sport Sciences/Research and Development Center for Sport Innovation,University of Tsukuba/Assistant Professor
|Call for Proposals
||October 1st to early December,2020(tentative)
|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 1, 2021
||Formal decisions on the awarding of grants will be made at the Toyota Foundation Board of Directors Meeting scheduled to be held in March 2021, based on the deliberations of a selection committee composed of outside experts.
Program Guidelines and Application Form
※The application closed on December 4, 2020. Thank you for your interest.
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