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March 1, 2022
The archive video of the “2nd Beyond AI Research Promotion Organization International Symposium” held on Saturday, February 12, 2022 has been released. You can watch it from here!

[Online Event 2/12] The 2nd Beyond AI Research Promotion Organization International Symposium will be held on Saturday, February 12, 2022. From IRCN, #Yukie Nagai will be the panelist, and #Sho Tsuji will be the general moderator. host.

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January 25, 2022
[Pre-release] Dr. Hiromichi Hagihara, Postdoc
Social development of children under a pandemic due to the new coronavirus-Changes in socio-emotional behavior and psychological distance from others-
September 3, 2021 Prof. Dr. Sho Tsuji was featured on CONNECTING EAST AND WEST – A SHORT INTERVIEW of DWIH Tokyo website operated by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). The title is “For me, the human factor and good communication are key to any successful collaboration.”
February 15, 2021 From July 5(Mon.)to July 9(Fri.)17:00-18:30(JST), Prof. Dr. Sho Tsuji will give a lecture titled  “Early Language Acquisition–How Human Infants Learn Language Within Their Social Environment” (course code:GUC21S301L)for five days at The University of Tokyo’s “Global Unit Courses” (GUC) . Click here for more information about GUC.

January 27, 2021
On January 28(Thu.)8:30-09:00 (CET) 16:30-17:00(JST), Prof. Dr. Sho Tsuji will  join the expert briefing session “Improving Science Literacy” in The Davos Agenda 2021. She was selected to the 2020 Cohort of Young Scientists. Online (https://www.weforum.org/events/the-davos-agenda-2021/sessions/improving-science-literacy)

December 7, 2020
On December 10(Thu.)14:00~(JST), Prof. Dr. Sho Tsuji will give a Lightning Talk titled  “The role of dyadic interactions in infant development” and Monica Barbir, postdoc at IRCN Babylab will present “On the social foundations of language learning: Of masks and birds”, at Dyadic interactions in a comparative perspective workshop, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan, online.
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