Appearances

Ms Mady Delvaux-Stehres, Member of the European Parliament (center), Prof. Fabio Bonsignorio (right), Prof. Aleksandr Kapitonov and Prof. Piotr Czekalski (left)

Photo: “the Economy of Robots” at the European Parliament in Brussels, April 2018.

◆Talks and Conference Papers

Takahashi, T. “Human First Innovation”, Smart Factory Japan 2018 “Changing Society with AI and IoT”, Tokyo Big Sight, Tokyo, June 2018 (invited).

Takahashi, T. “Global AI Narratives: within a Japanese Perspective ”, UN Summit “AI for Good”, ITU Headquarters, Geneva, May 2018 (invited).

UN Summit “AI for Good” in Geneva, May 2018

Takahashi, T. “Robots and Social impacts ” (Keynote Speech), the Economy of Robots, European Parliament, Brussels, April 2018 (invited).

Takahashi, T. “Social impact of AI/Robots: contributions to Tokyo Olympics 2020 and after ” (Keynote Speech), the Italy-Japan Workshop, Waseda University, Tokyo, December 2017 (invited).

Takahashi, T. “Smart Wisdom 2040: Is Human First Innovation Wishful Thinking?” (Keynote Speech), Ministry of Internal affairs and communications, Tokyo, December 2017 (invited).

Takahashi, T. “Digital Wisdom and Global Literacy” (Keynote Speech), University of Tokyo, Tokyo, November 2017 (invited).

Takahashi, T. “Society 5.0: Reflection on Digital Wisdom and Japanese Society in 2030” (Keynote Speech), The Japan Foundation and Centre Européen d’Études Japonaises d’Alsace, Kientzheim, France, September 2017 (invited).

“Society 5.0: Reflection on Digital Wisdom and Japanese Society in 2030” (Keynote Speech), in Kientzheim, France, September 2017

Takahashi, T. “Digital Wisdom: towards the Smart Age” (Keynote Speech), The Society of Socio-Informatics, Komazawa University, Tokyo, September 2017 (invited).

Takahashi, T. “Self-organizing city: Smart Tokyo”, Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria, September 2017 (invited).

Takahashi, T. “Robots and the Social Impact of Smart: Cross-cultural research on the future social benefits of AI/robots between the US and Japan” 26th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN)2017, Lisbon, Portugal, August 2017.

Takahashi, T. “Digital Wisdom in the Age of AI”, Waseda university, Tokyo, Japan, August 2017 (invited).

Takahashi, T. “AI for Social Good: the Possibilities of Innovation and Self-creation in the age of AI” Knowledge Capital, Osaka, Japan, July 2017 (invited).

Takahashi, T. “Complexity in a Time of Robots: the Social impact of AI in Japan” Care, media and ritual: Creative, design, social and ethnographic interventions Workshop, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan, July 2017 (invited).

Takahashi, T. “Robots on the road to Tokyo Olympics 2020: Complexity and the Social impact of AI in Japan” AI in Asia, the Digital Asia Hub with the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, Seoul, Korea, December 2016.

“AI in Asia”, the Digital Asia Hub with the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University in Seoul, December 2016

Takahashi, T. “Complexity Model of Communication with Computer Images” 2016 Multimedia and Applications, London, UK, August 2016.

Takahashi, T. “Preparing the Young for Japan’s Global Future: Opportunities in Digital Literacy” 2016 Preconference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), ‘Children’s and Young People’s Rights in the Digital Age’, LSE, UK, July 2016.

Takahashi, T. “It’s Now Cool to Share: Japanese youths and their changing relations to video sharing sites”. 2016 Preconference of the International Communication Association (ICA) Communicating with Cool Japan, Tokyo, Japan, June 2016.

Takahashi, T. “Audience engagement and self-creation: young people and mobile social media in Japan, UK and US”. 2015 Conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Montreal, Canada, July 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Takahashi, T. “Always on and connected: comparing young people and their mobile social media use in Japan, US, and the UK”. Japan Foundation London, London, UK, September 11, 2014.

Takahashi, T. “Japanese Youths and the Opportunities and Risks of Social Media”. 2013 Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Communication and “The Good Life” Around the World after Two Decades of the Digital Divide, Seattle, USA, June 2014.

Takahashi, T. “Audience engagement between local and global media worlds: Japanese youths and their social media”. Social Media, Transforming Audiences 4, University of Westminster, London, UK, September, 2013.

Takahashi, T. “Japanese Youth and Social Media”. 2013 Conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Dublin, Ireland, June 2013.

Takahashi, T. “Japanese Youths Engaging with Mobile ICTs: Looking ahead from the Past Ten Years”. ICA 2013 Communications and Technology Division: Mobile Communications 10th Anniversary Pre-Conference Workshop. London, UK, June 2013.

Takahashi, T. “Opportunities and Risks in the Global and Digital Age”. Digital Youth Workshop, Nissan, Yokohama, Japan, August, 2012.

Takahashi, T. “Beyond Digital Natives”. Digital Youth Workshop, Nissan, Yokohama, Japan, July, 2012.

 Takahashi, T. “Children, Risk and Audience Engagement: Cross-cultural research on youths and digital media in Japan, UK and US”. Children, risk and safety online: Research and policy challenges in comparative perspective, LSE, London, UK, September, 2011.

Takahashi, T. “Risky Engagements or Opportunities? A comparison of youths and their engagement with digital media in Japan, UK and US”. Transforming Audiences 3, University of Westminster, London, UK, September, 2011.

Takahashi, T. “Are Youths and their digital media the same everywhere?  Connectivity in the US, UK, and Japan”. 2011 Conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR).  Istanbul, Turkey. July 2011.

Takahashi, T. “Japanese Youths, Mobile Phones, and Social Media”.  Harvard-MIT-Yale Cyberscholar Working Group, Yale Law School. November 17th, 2010.

Takahashi, T. “Towards the ‘internationalising’ of digital natives studies: a Japanese perspective”. 2010 Conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR).  Braga, Portugal. July 2010.

Takahashi, T. “Digital Natives and Globalisation: the Case of Japanese Youth’s Engagement with Digital Media”. Department of Sociology/Cambridge Media Research Seminar, University of Cambridge.  Cambridge, UK, May, 2010

Takahashi, T. “Digital Natives and their communications”. Public Relations Literacy Workshop for Tokyo 13 Universities, Tokyo, Japan, December, 2009.

Takahashi, T. “Etiology and impact of “digital natives” on cultures, commerce and societies”. Invitation-only Workshop, KAIST & Georgia Tech, Taejon, South Korea, 4-6 November 2009

Takahashi, T. “Mobile Phone and Everyday Life: the case of Digital Natives in Japan”. Internet Research 10.0-Internet: Critical, Association of Internet Research (AoIR), Milwaukee, WI, USA, October 2009.

Takahashi, T. “The Mode of Audience Engagement: Ethnography on Japanese Engagement with Media and ICT in the Global Age”. Transforming Audiences 2, University of Westminster, London, UK, September, 2009.

Takahashi, T. “Digital Natives and Joho Kodo (Information Behaviour)”. Nagoya University, Aichi Pref., Japan, August, 2009.

Takahashi, T. “Digital Natives and Everyday Life: the Case of Japanese Engagement with SNS (Social Networking Sites)”. Department of Education, University of Oxford. Oxford, UK, March, 2009

Takahashi, T. “Mobile Phone and Social Networking Sites: Digital Natives’ Engagement with Media in Everyday Life in Japan”. the Media, Communication and Humanity Conference at LSE. London. UK. 2008.

Takahashi, T. “Digital Natives and Audience Engagement: Ethnography on Japanese Youths’ Engagement with Mobile Phone and SNS (social networking sites) in Everyday Life”. 2008 Conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR).Stockholm. 2008.

Takahashi, T. “MySpace or Mixi? : Japanese Young People’s Engagement with Social Networking Sites in Everyday Life”. 2008 Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA). Montreal. Canada. 2008.

Takahashi, T. “Media Audiences, Self-creation and Everyday Life: Ethnography on Japanese Engagement with Media and ICT”. Transforming Audiences, University of Westminster, pp. 55-56, 2007.

Takahashi, T. “Reflections on the global, the transnational and the international- A Conceptual Queste-”. Session: Joint semi-plenary session with ICA, IAMCR, p.32, 2007.

Takahashi, T. “Japanese Young People and the concept of Audience Activity: Ethnography on Japanese Engagement with Media and ICT in Everyday Life. Session: Audience, IAMCR, Paris, France, p.61, 2007.

Takahashi, T. “Japanese Young People, Media and Everyday Life: Towards the De-Westernizing of Media Studies”. Session: Communication and Technology, ICA, San Francisco, p.272, 2007.

Takahashi, T. “Media, Audience Activity and Globalisation: Towards the ‘De-Westernising’ of Media Studies from a Japanese Perspective”. a major conference ‘Internationalising Media Studies: Imperatives and Impediments’, University of Westminster, p.131, 2006.

Takahashi, T. “Audience Engagement with Media and ICT”. Session: Mass Communication, ICA, Dresden, 2006.

Takahashi, T. “Media, Globalisation and Japanese Audiences”. Session: The Impacts of Media Globalisation in Asia, IAMCR, Taipei, Taiwan 2005.

Takahashi, T. Discussant for Professor Ulf Hannerz “Locality and Career in the World of Foreign Correspondents”. Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, 2004.

Takahashi, T. “Media kankyou no henyou to terebishichou―musashinomitaka keiburu terebi wo jireitosshite―[Change in Media Environment and Television Viewing―the Case of Musashino Mitaka Cable Television―]. The Japan Society for Studies in Journalism and Mass Communication, Tokyo, 1998.

◆Interviews

“Cell phone stories writing new chapter in print publishing”. By Lara Farrar. For CNN. February 26, 2009.