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Hitachi is collaborating with customers, partners, and academic research centers worldwide to resolve issues facing society and organizations by co-creating advanced technologies and total solutions –striving for a better future for all.
Leading up to Hitachi Social Innovation Forum 2020 TOKYO ONLINE (HSIF Tokyo), Professor Charles O'Reilly of Stanford University and co-author of “Lead and Disrupt,” joined Norihiro Suzuki, Chief Technology Officer at Hitachi, to discuss the future of innovations as part of preparations for the special talk, “Innovation in the world of the new normal: How to attain sustainable growth." We are pleased to share key insights from that conversation with the kind permission of Professor O'Reilly.
This article interviews Shizu Takeda, Manager of the Hitachi Kobe Laboratory on research in "Regenerative Medicine." Hitachi has been conducting research in this field since 2002, and moved its research base to the Kobe Biomedical Innovation Cluster (Kobe-shi, Hyogo, Japan) in 2017, to begin activity as the Hitachi Kobe Laboratory. Working with partner companies and other research institutions, research & development is being pursued in the form of open innovation.
Hitachi, Ltd. is working actively to use AI and data application with an eye on "Super Smart Society." Kazuo Yano, Corporate Chief Scientist, Research & Development Group, Hitachi, Ltd. and a leading researcher on the subject of AI talks about fulfilling workplaces that are fit for the 21st century through the use of AI and the source of our happiness.