Hosted by the India-Japan Study Centre at IIMB, the award-winning inventor will discuss strategies to promote new technologies

The India-Japan Study Centre (IJSC) at IIMB will host the next talk in its seminar series, ‘Tatsujin – Speak’, on 25th September 2020 at 11:00 a.m. The webinar titled, ‘The Creation of a New Robot Era’ will be led by the well-known Japanese robot creator Tomotaka Takahashi, inventor of robot astronaut ‘Kirobo’, and the Grand Canyon climbing Panasonic TVCM ‘Evolta’, both of which hold four Guinness World Records. 

Takahashi San will talk about strategies to promote new technologies and qualities required of innovators in bringing about the next big leap in technology and lifestyle. 



The lecture will be livestreamed on IIMB’s YouTube page: https://youtu.be/mt4e4cuCSmg

 The registration link for the webinar is: https://bit.ly/2RitTNb  

 About the speaker:

Takahashi San is the Founder and CEO of ‘Robo Garage’, and the Founder of ‘Marine-X’. He is also a Research Associate Professor at the University of Tokyo and Visiting Professor at Osaka Electro-Communication University.  

About IJSC @ IIMB:

The India Japan Study Centre (IJSC) was set up as a Centre of Excellence at the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore to serve as a facilitator for many collaborative initiatives among academia, industry, and the government agencies between India and Japan on various areas of mutual interest. 

About the lecture series:

IJSC’s lecture series called ‘Tatsujin – Speak’ or ‘Expert-Speak’, aims to bring high-quality information and insights about select areas of India-Japan interactions to the informed and interested members of the public, and also lead to sharing of the key indications and developments in the fields of management, technology, culture etc. Each invited speaker would be an outstanding personality in their specialized area of expertise and experienced in translating the specifics of their knowledge into more general terms. 

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