Ppt on domestic robots in japan

1 East Asian Economy: KBE and Innovation in East Asia * Some parts of this note are borrowed from the references for teaching purpose only. 1 East Asian.

in Asia-Pacific Countries AustraliaEnvironmentally sustainability; promotion and maintenance of good health; frontier technologies for transforming industry; safeguarding Australia. JapanLife science, ICT, environment; nanotechnology and materials. KoreaDigital TV & broadcast; displays; intelligent robots/growth and performance JapanS&T Basic /domestic firms. Support technology adoption by domestic firms, farms. –Public “extension services” in agriculture, services, manufacturing. Increase investment in/


The 23rd Japan-Thailand Joint Trade and Economic Committee Meeting Presentation by Toshiyuki SHIGA Co-Chairman, Japan-Thailand Trade and Economic Committee,

growth will continue in 2030. Fiscal collapse will occur due to unstoppable increase in long-term public debt. FY2020FY 2025FY2030 FY2015-2030 average Growth rate of nominal gross domestic product (Nominal GDP in trillions of yen)/robots Development of marine resources Smart city Biotechnology Improvement in productivity and creation of new markets brought by artificial intelligence and robots Increase in share in global development of marine resources and bringing forward development in waters around Japan/


Chapter 5 Four Studies in National Competitive Advantage 1.

Robotics Industry 2 The German Printing Press Industry 3 Introduction  Printing presses were invented in Germany by Johannes Gutenberg around 1440.  German firms account for an estimated 35% of world printing press production.  In/’s largest; it was estimated to be sixth in size behind the United States, Japan, Britain, and several other nations.  What/ tile firms were struggling to reduce labor and gas costs in the face of intense domestic rivalry and pressure from retail customers.  A typical cost/


Robots and Intelligent Toys Mark Green School of Creative Media.

RobotsDomestic robots: robots that appear in the home or work with people  These are now beginning to appear: Robots for house cleaning, a robot vacuum cleaner, commercially available around $200US Robots for house cleaning, a robot vacuum cleaner, commercially available around $200US Mail delivery in office buildings, robots/web  In Japan sold out in 20 minutes, in the US it took a full 4 days to sell out  Initial price was over $2000US, not a random purchase! Aibo Aibo  Current version in the $/


A.G. Billard, Autonomous Robots Class Spring 2007 Doctoral School – Robotics Program Autonomous Robots Class Spring 2007 Human-Robot.

Robots in education, therapy and rehabilitation http://lasa.epfl.ch A.G. Billard, Autonomous Robots Class Spring 2007 Robots in Therapy Rationale: Aging population is increasing  loneliness of the elderly Sick child or elderly person in a home  loneliness of the sick  a toy robot replaces a domestic animals in/ for the elderly http://lasa.epfl.ch A.G. Billard, Autonomous Robots Class Spring 2007 Robots in Therapy Paro, the Seal Robot (AIST, Japan) 8 actuators; 2 for upper and lower eyelids, 1 for rotation/


Prefatory comments  I am not an expert. I hold degrees in political science and communication, not theoretical physics.  The only morally permissible.

in/NASA  DOD  NOAA/OSC International Space Context  Russia  China  European Union  Japan  India  ISS  OST Space policy at a Cross-Roads  Cost, cost, / flight.  Von Neumann probes  Life-seeding. Inner-solar Colonization  Mars:  A) Robotic  B) Manned  C) One-way/Two-way  Moon  Titan Resources  Asteroid/Ozone  Space junk  Space regime credibility/Space law  Space weaponization Counterplan Areas  Domestic Agents  NASA  New agency  Department of Defense  Executive  Congress  Multilateral /


Presentation for Tokyo PC Users Group March 7 th 2002 The one-stop solution site for Japan`s English speaking community. Copyright 2002 Sony Marketing.

-branded products in the Japanese domestic market. from-hanna.com was launched in order to serve the English speaking community living in Japan. We aim to provide information and services that would otherwise be prohibitively expensive to seek off-line (in terms of /jp.from-hanna.com Copyright 2002 Sony Marketing Japan What do we have to offer? from-hanna exclusive - AIBO (ERC - Entertainment Robot Company) Sony Plaza - new products lines. Copyright 2002 Sony Marketing Japan What do we have to offer? Sony/


Research at AIT Sustainable Development in the context of Climate Change.

building complete automation systems Development of a prototype for domestic autonomous mobile robot system using wireless LAN ASIC, MEMS design www.ait.asia Research at AIT Sustainable development in the context of Climate Change High Tech Areas (/ Safety Engineering (ICUS), The University of Tokyo, Japan University of Washington Extension (UWE), International Tsunami Training Institute (ITTI), USA www.ait.asia Research at AIT Sustainable development in the context of Climate Change II. Current Researches /


1 UNIT 4. 2 Task I Look at the timeline and listen to the audio. Number the four inventions in the order in which they are described (1-4). GETTING READY.

Paragraph 2 35 READING JAPAN For years, Japan has been second only to the US in the number of patents filed. Hundreds of thousands of patent applications, from the bizarre to the practical, are submitted each year in this Asian country. Japanese inventors show a talent for the imaginative, but they are perhaps most well-known for their obsession with robots. The robot teacher Saya was/


Fundamentals of Robotics Prof. V. B. Aggarwal M.S., Ph.D. (USA)

tired, very minute & precise, unfriendly & hazardous areas Home / Domestic Robots Prototypes and Products are Abundant Robotic Vacuum Cleaners – very successful and selling in Large numbers Lawn Movers, Window Cleaning, Snow removal, etc Home Security Automation Robots assisting elderly and disabled people at home Personal Secretary, recently launched Example of Successful Robot ROOMBA : Vacuuming Robot Over 2 Million Units sold in 5 years Picks up dirt from carpets & hard/


THE EUROPEAN GLOBAL STRATEGY. Securing European Influence in a Changing World. EU CENTRE, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE August, 22 2013. Dr. David Garcia.

be formed by the US and his closest allies in Europe, Asia and America: probably the NATO states, EU states, Israel, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zeland, Canada /(Prompt Global Strike ) Battlefield robotization (drones and other kinds of robots) and nanotechnology. Meaning of a Offense-Dominant World In terms of the Security Dilemma /(also US 2010 NPR) ARE NOT RESPONDING TO: –STRUCTURAL, REGIONAL AND DOMESTIC DYNAMICS IN AREAS AS MIDDLE EAST AND ASIA –NOR RESPONDING THE EXPECTATIONS CREATED BY THIS /


The Sources of Slowing Growth in Productivity Growth and Potential Output Robert J. Gordon Northwestern University and NBER Philadelphia Fed Policy Forum,

U.S. Productivity Growth Even Slower in Canada, Europe, and Japan Universal slowdown suggests universal causes Canada and/in Manufacturing Capacity Innovations Continue But How Important Are They? Small RobotsRobots date back to 1961, continued development is evolutionary not revolutionary – Amazon robots are not as smart as you might think – Robot/steadily more expensive than domestically produced – If anything, reverse is true Let’s say IPI is wrong – IPI = domestic PPI implies BEA = domestic PPI. – No /


Energy Efficiency - How Japan did it? Energy Conservation Technology Department Nobuhiko KUSUNOSE Director November 5, 2014 APO 3 rd World Conference on.

in 1980 Location:Kawasaki City, Japan Personnel About 800 Budget Approximately 148.4 Billion yen (2014 fiscal year) (1.5 Billion US dollars) 3 What’s NEDO ? Bio/medical Water treatment Energy storage Renewable energy Energy conservation Electronics /ICT Smart community Environment/ clean coal Robotics/ are strongly required for both demand and supply sides Energy Losses in Japan Domestic energy consumption 14.3 EJ (Crude oil equivalent 0.37 B kL) Improvement of demand side efficiency Use waste/


“How do you tell the difference between a human and an emotionally intelligent robot? No matter how many times you tell your truly sad story, the robot.

Mason Conference on Science and Compassion Telluride, Colorado 2012 The World’s Economic, Social and Political Psychopathy Nightmare Domestic Violence: War School Violence Workplace Violence Bullying Animal Abuse Child Abuse Earth - Pollution Economic Dimensions of Compassion C/Intelligence (EIQ)? Common Sense Big Data Together Let the problems or applications tell us what to do Japan is in the Lead Robot Companions Elder Care Entertainment Healthcare??? (the neuroplasty connection) No “If you ask, how do I /


ECONOMY OF JAPAN By: Preeti Jaiswal Ratna Singh Sonal Saraswat Srishti Chaubey Priyanka Mishra.

filings. Facing increasing competition from China and South Korea, manufacturing in Japan today now focuses primarily on high-tech and precision goods, such as optical equipment, hybrid cars, and robotics. Japan is the worlds largest creditor nation, generally running an annual trade surplus and having a considerable net international investment surplus. Trade Deficit- Gross Domestic Product Definition :The value of a countrys overall output of/


Washington State Department of Commerce The Composite Industry in Washington Commerce Research Services October 2011.

important? What does the supply chain look like in Washington? How does Washington compare to other domestic and international regions with carbon fiber activity? Project /robotics SGL Group Moses Lake, Vancouver Leading producer of carbon fiber precursor Located in WA due to skilled labor and hydroelectric power Polyacrylonitrile (PAN) produced with Mitsubishi Rayon in Otake, Japan PAN material turned processed into carbon fiber in Moses Lake Carbon fibers processed in Landshut, Germany for use in/


Overview of GMPLS interworking trials in Japan and NICT Kei-han-na GMPLS E-NNI trials Prof. Naoaki.

in Japan GMPLS network research consortiums in Japan PIL: Photonic Internet Labs. Multi-layer, Multi-route & Multi-vender experiment MPLS / GMPLS Interworking Protection and restoration iPOP2005 GMPLS showcase and workshop Largest open interworking testing event in ASIA NICT KEI-HAN-NA open lab activities GMPLS E-NNI interworking Conclusion 199920002001200220032004 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Domestic/Individual Projects Human Communications Subcommittee Network Robot Subcommittee Interoperability WG (IWG) /


Accelerators and Future Industry in Korea The 17 th ICABU Nov. 11, 2013 Byung-Ho Choi Nov. 11, 2013 Byung-Ho Choi.

Domestic Production of Radiation Sources in Korea Ref : Korea Radioisotope Association (2012) Number of produced units Number of imported units Amount of imports 9 * C 10 Annual Sales Units (1,310 ) Annual Sales Volume (3,530M$) World Accelerator Market Ref : Japan/-isotope Electron / Ion Accelerator Proton Accelerator Ion Accelerator Neutron Source Home Electronics * High quality display Home robot High efficient illumination - High efficient Light Guide Plate - Super Small Motor - High efficient LED - Nano/


For use with Business in Context 6e by David Needle 9781408095218 © 2015 Cengage Learning EMEA Ltd 3.0 THE ECONOMY AND BUSINESS  Levels and models of.

JAPAN ECONOMIC INDICATORS II For use with Business in Context 6e by David Needle 9781408095218 © 2015 Cengage Learning EMEA Ltd 3.11 JAPAN ECONOMIC INDICATORS III Japan as world leader 1990s in the following goods and services Automobiles Forklift trucks Trucks Robotics/ Ltd 3.26 CHINA - PROBLEMS AND ISSUES Dominance of foreign firms especially in higher value-added sectors. One of the lowest rates of domestic consumption in Asia (around 35% of GDP). Economic transformation has product a widening economic/


1 UNIT 11. 2 Task I Listen to the audio. Fill in the blanks with the choices provided. digital techinical darkrooms development capacity delete behind.

Some experts predict that we will have robots that truly think and feel by the year 2020. Machines in the future may be smarter than we are. p.35 p.36 READING 33 1. aging [`ed.6;] adj. One of Japan’s biggest problems is an aging population./of surprise on his face when we told him the news. 6. converse [k4n`v-s] v. In a sales job, you have to converse with customers. KEY WORDS 35 1.domestic: _______________ (paragraph 2) 2.high-tech: _______________ (paragraph 2) 3. and: _______________ (paragraph 3) REVIEW/


Standardization roadmap in Korea Duck-joong Jeon TTA, ITU Regional Workshop on Bridging the Standardization Gap (Yangon, Myanmar, 28-29.

in standardization – utilization of standards in government agency and monitoring standardization activities in private sector (NTTAA, National Technology Transfer and Advancement Act ‘96) strengthening the U.S voluntary standards system and fostering government participation (USSS, United States Standards Strategy, ‘05) ICT R&D and Standardization Strategy to enhance Japan/Smart Home/Work, intelligent Robot, e-learning, u-/- Develop killer-application for revitalizing domestic-market Standard maturity & R&D/


SS7E8c: Compare and contrast the economic systems in China, India, Japan, and North Korea.

the markets to open up to private sector domestic and foreign businesses. Place on the continuum: India would be more to the market side of the continuum than China. Huge investment in human and capital resources Very high literacy rate, GDP, and per capita income Japan has one of the most developed economies in the world Japan’s economy is primarily market driven with supply/


Manufacturing in the UK BUSS4 Section A 2015 www.time2resources.co.uk You will need a copy of the AQA Research Theme.

positive and negative impacts. What’s hot in manufacturing? The Economist: How robots and people team up to manufacture things in new ways. Research activity Automotive industry Technology/ discuss key economic issues. The 7 members are Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, UK and USA Globalisation  Practice question 2 Practice question 2 50 minutes = / i.e. away from the domestic country  Re-shoring: relocating back home i.e. bringing a business back to the domestic country  External economies of scale/


Computers in a Changing Society By John Preston, Robert Ferrett, and Sally Preston © 2005 Prentice-Hall, Inc.1.

to create new technologies Soviet Union collapse in 1990—U.S. becomes world super power Diminishing domestic resources Importing necessities Exporting high-tech goods and services U.S. leads world in research Continued strength depends upon research Census/that are partly true or false; (f) Pattern recognition; (g) Neural networks mimic human brains  Use of robots: (a) 100,000 used in manufacturing in North America; (b) Silicon-based life possible within our lifetime  Effect of more connectivity: (a) Some /


The Role of the Citizen in the Korean Ubiquitous Society Vision Jukka Jouhki Department of History and Ethnology University of Jyväskylä

of 20th century Long history of being ruled by the big brothers of Japan and China homogenous people 17/12/2008The Role of the Citizen in the Korean Ubiquitous Society Vision 4 Sociocultural Context Societal values ABOUT KOREA /Home shopping robotics entertainment teaching industry military domestic service smart kitchen smart delivery E-government sensors automatic bureaucracy 17/12/2008The Role of the Citizen in the Korean Ubiquitous Society Vision 15 The Ubiquitous Dream Hall (UDH) in Seoul exhibition /


THE RENAISSANCE ANALZYE THE INFLUENCE OF HUMANISM ON THE VISUAL ARTS IN THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE TO WHAT EXTENT DID WOMEN PARTICIPATE IN THE RENAISSANCE.

in population created labor shortages (Black Death) Nobles demanded kings and princes to restrict movement of peasants Heavy labor obligations on serfs and non-serfs such as the robot/their husbands work Husbands were primary wage earners Wives = Cult of Domesticity Wives disliked 2nd class status Parents became more emotionally involved with /CAUSES CHINA, JAPAN & EGYPT NEW IMPERIALISM CRITICS WORLD WAR I CAUSES WESTERN FRONT EASTERN FRONT MOBILIZATION FOR TOTAL WAR FOURTEEN POINTS REVOLUTIONS IN GERMANY AND/


Class of 2014 1294 SAT average 3.8 GPA Top 10% Rank in Class 381 with 4.0 GPAs 55 valedictorians 34 salutatorians 34% women 10% domestic students of.

domestic students of color 35% students from outside of New England Freshman to Sophomore Retention: up to 95 percent 33 states represented Feeder States = MA, CT, NH, NY, RI, CA Germany India Bangladesh Sri Lanka Kazakhstan Turkey Bulgaria Mauritius Korea Vietnam Jamaica China Nepal Dominican Republic Pakistan Ecuador Panama Switzerland United Kingdom Venezuela Albania Greece Japan/. Covered in The Boston Globe and ROBOT Magazine, and on NECN BusinessWeek ranks WPIs part-time MBA program No. 1 in the nation/


1,2 Oryx and Crake By Margaret Atwood. 1,2 Biographical Information Born November 18, 1939 in Ottawa, Ontario Currently lives in Toronto (1992- present)

Air Force Takes a Look at Teleportation 3. First Telecloning Experiment Works... Sort Of 4. Asimovs First Law: Japan Sets Rules for Robots 5. Cybugs: Military Mulls Army of Cyborg Insects 6. Common honey bees can be trained to recognize individual people 7./ with "people-friendly" organs for transplantation. 2001 A rare ox called a gaur named Noah is born to Bessie, a domestic cow, in Sioux Falls, IA -- the first endangered species cloned by implanting cells into a cows egg. Noah died two days later /


1970’s and 80’s Team US History Notes #1 US10A: Describe Richard M. Nixon’s leadership in the normalization of relations with China and the policy of.

the US, Japan, China, and Russia and to improve relations with China and Russia, Nixon visited both countries in 1972.  / Notes #3 Describe Ronald Reagan’s leadership in domestic and international policies, including Reaganomics and Peace through Strength /in Asia, Africa, and Latin American. Reagan called these groups, “freedom fighters” Technology Innovation in manufacturing and machinery (robotics) led to more output and high numbers of unskilled laborers Innovation in manufacturing and machinery (robotics/


 Have studied world history by country, but do countries matter anymore?  Southern California: Collectively 6 th richest country in world  EU under.

maybe most powerful country in the world in 1500  Much of class is about how Europe, the U.S., and Japan surpassed China economically and politically  Now? China a powerful economy, but politically ?  GDP – GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT =the market value/ materials, new processes  Much lower input of labor, especially with robotics—cost of labor as a proportion of production cost will go down  Key demand for labor will be in collaborative manufacturing services available on-line  “The Days of huge factories/


Potato production Trade is opting for processed potato.

grown in about 130 countries of the world and all the states in the USA. 7.Potatoes were first domesticated in the southeast highlands of South America, in Peru/ in a giant centrifuge so that they all point in the same direction, sealed in brown bags which are loaded by robots into cardboard boxes, stacked by robots onto/Hunky Dorys and King crisps are other popular irish brands. In Irish, crisps are known as "criospaí" or "brioscáin (phrátaí)". * Japan also has a vast range of seasonings; they include nori/


 Have studied world history by country, but do countries matter anymore?  Southern California: Collectively 6 th richest country in world  EU under.

maybe most powerful country in the world in 1500  Much of class is about how Europe, the U.S., and Japan surpassed China economically and politically  Now? China a powerful economy, but politically ?  GDP – GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT =the market value/ materials, new processes  Much lower input of labor, especially with robotics—cost of labor as a proportion of production cost will go down  Key demand for labor will be in collaborative manufacturing services available on-line  “The Days of huge factories/


Development of High Skilled Industrial Human Resources in Partnerships with Enterprises Junichi Mori Industry-University Partnership Expert HaUI-JICA Project.

Line Operators: Demand becomes higher as foreign and domestic direct investment increase, but the supply is in short. it is getting difficult to secure the/ Industrial Human Resources Development Active Participation in National and International Competitions HaUI has been participating in Robot Contents for 10 years. It got/ vocational secondary courses in the field of machinery processing, electric control and sheet-metal processing in reference to the vocational training programs in Japan. Input: Long-/


Security Trade Control in Asia: Role of Japan and International Cooperation Tatsujiro Suzuki* Tadahiro Katsuta** Hideaki Shiroyama*** *University of Tokyo.

Robot, CADMECLO, FANUC AI, Super ComputerHitachi, Fujitsu, NEC, MELCO Source: US Department of Defense, "Electronics," July 29, 1985 8 STC in Japan METI MOF, CustomMOFA CISTEC Private CP Police Research Community, Network? 9 Japans Program (2) “Illicit trade" case from Japan/policies) vs. Thailand Need for Domestic Political Infrastructure –Lack of political leadership –Bottom-up approach is also difficult, inter-agency conflicts still exist –Lack of legal infrastructure (in Thai, Malaysia) Enforcement –Even/


SOL REVIEW. VUS.2 – The student will describe how early European exploration and colonization resulted in cultural interactions among European, African,

VUS.10 The student will demonstrate knowledge of key domestic events of the 1920s and 1930s  Mass Media created/ Union  U.S. helped Britain Lend-lease act  WWII in Asia  Japan’s aggressiveness in Pacific  Pearl Harbor 12/7/1941  Strategies  Allied “/Robotics  Change in work, school, health care Telecommuting, growth of service industries Breakthroughs in medical research Outsourcing, offshoring VUS.15 The student will demonstrate knowledge of economic, social, cultural, and political developments in/


April 2008 Yasuo SAKAMOTO Director-General of Policy Planning Division Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications For an ICT society in the 21 st.

u-Japan Policy” Development of ubiquitous networks Promotion of policies not only for domestic society but also for international markets and networks To strategically promote R&D and standardization in /in information technology R&D Rules for use of robots 7 Penetrate information literacy Interface anyone can use easily Response to information overflow Use of ICT in education 8 Alleviate the geographic divide Regional divide in basic and advanced services North-South Divide in use of ICT Priority of ICT in/


Software in Far East Asia - A Personal Perspective - Kouichi Kishida Technical Director, SRA-KTL Tokyo, Japan

of the group. And devoting most of my time for various volunteer activities in domestic and international software community. My Volunteer Activities Fellow of JUS: Japan Unix Society (1983 ~ ) Secretary General of SEA Software Engineers Association (1985/China) UML-Based Service Robot Software Development (Korea) Analysis of the Interaction between Practices for Introducing XP Effectively (Japan) Quality / Testing Experiments on Quality Evaluation of Embedded Software (Japan) Procurement of Enterprise /


Alexis de Tocqueville Democracy in America Five Values 1. Laissez-Faire- government policy of “hands off” economy 2. Individualism -free to flourish without.

- a. form a more perfect union b. establish justice c. insure domestic tranquility d. provide for the common defense e. promote the general welfare 3/ o Missionaries o Military Port- fueling station  Commodore Perry opens Japan to trade  Henry Cabot Lodge and Theodore Roosevelt pushed for expansionism/ load, Robotics— aid in manufacturing, reduce employment Just-in-time inventory management— parts arrive at the precise time in the manufacturing process Information technology— increase in production, high/


AD 502 - Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Animation in Russia. Animation in Japan. Yuri Norstein.

deities) manga (comic book) Anime (animation industry) 1980s-1990s intended for purely domestic audience, but spread all over the world. Sheer quantity of material Anime is easily adaptable through dubbing, cutting and editing. Most anime characters are light-skinned with no racial or ethnic attributes Animation in Japan. AD 502 - Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC/


Alexis de Tocqueville Democracy in America Five Values 1. Laissez-Faire- government policy of “hands off” economy 2. Individualism -free to flourish without.

- a. form a more perfect union b. establish justice c. insure domestic tranquility d. provide for the common defense e. promote the general welfare 3/ o Missionaries o Military Port- fueling station  Commodore Perry opens Japan to trade  Henry Cabot Lodge and Theodore Roosevelt pushed for expansionism/ load, Robotics— aid in manufacturing, reduce employment Just-in-time inventory management— parts arrive at the precise time in the manufacturing process Information technology— increase in production, high/


Future Trends in Healthcare Farhad Zargari, MD, PhD

its center of gravity from the US, Europe and Japan towards China and other emerging countries, global pharmaceutical markets / continuously. In the years to come, the FDA expects domestic GMP inspections to decrease and more inspections in the foreign/in robotics (e.g. autonomous navigation) are opening the field for new applications. Semi-autonomous care and cleaning robots will enter hospital environments. Robot- assisted surgeries are becoming more and more commonplace. Innovation  Thanks to advances in/


Alexis de Tocqueville Democracy in America Five Values 1. Laissez-Faire- government policy of “hands off” economy 2. Individualism -free to flourish without.

- a. form a more perfect union b. establish justice c. insure domestic tranquility d. provide for the common defense e. promote the general welfare 3/ o Missionaries o Military Port- fueling station  Commodore Perry opens Japan to trade  Henry Cabot Lodge and Theodore Roosevelt pushed for expansionism/ load, Robotics— aid in manufacturing, reduce employment Just-in-time inventory management— parts arrive at the precise time in the manufacturing process Information technology— increase in production, high/


Jomon Style and Yayoi Style Worldview transition with Neolithisation in central Japan Junzo Uchiyama Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN)

AD Population in Japan Historical Population in Japan (20,000BCE-Present) Industrial Revolution, late 19C Population in Prehistoric Japan BC AD Prehistoric Population in Japan (20,/a certain size of territory. ◆ Everything in the human domain must serve for human practical utility: ⇒ 1) Domesticated plants/animals 2) Human-made tools ◆/in modern culture. 1) Aesthetic influence on modern arts 2) Alternative culture, rebelling against the modern system 3) Disposition admitting the existence of spirits in robots/


Professor. Dr. Pogaku Ravindra Ms. Adriana Amaludin

Natural Gas (LNG) exports Sold largely to Japan, South Korea and Taiwan Malaysia : 3rd largest in the Asia Pacific region (After China & / in developing marginal fields Intensifying domestic exploration activities Enhanced Oil recovery (EOR) initiatives Refinery And Petrochemicals Integrated Development Project (RAPID) in Pengerang/robotics): Needed to solve challenges in the oil and gas industry. The latest technologies for data management, analysis, relaying and dissemination – ensuring effectiveness in/


Economics 2/24 & 2/25 Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply Warm Up!

GDP (Gross Domestic Product): The total dollar (market) value of all final goods and services produced in a given year. Expenditure Formula: Consumption (C) + Business Investment (I) + Government Spending (G) + Net Exports (Xn) GDP: What Counts: Goods Produced but not Sold (I) Goods produced by a foreign country (Japan) in the U.S. (Honda, Toyota) Government spending on the military Increase in business inventories GDP/


Economic Development of Japan No.14 Abenomics Aggressive monetary policy Flexible fiscal policy New growth strategy LDP.

domestic workers Reform rock-solid regulations—revise work rules; medical reform; organizational reform in agriculture Energy—restart nuclear power, electricity reform, etc. Tourism—easing visa requirements for ASEAN people, etc. Comments (2014) Prof. Heizo Takenaka (Keio Univ.) — “New Growth Strategy is better received abroad than a year ago.” Japan/2020: PPP projects for growth Auto-drive car, hydrogen society, frontline robots, tourism management, inward FDI  No methodological change and only minor /


Canada in the 1980s + 1990s The 1980s was about...

principles of the Geneva Convention into domestic law – adaptability not economic criteria resulted in a backlog of claims and fraudulent claims rose. Refugees in Canada Changes to the Canadian Refugee / exteriors. In December of 1988 the Canadarm played a critical role in the first assembly mission of the International Space Station. Canada gained world-wide recognition in robotics. Canada/Success + Failure The Kyoto Protocol was adopted in Kyoto, Japan, on 11 December 1997 and entered into force on 16 February /


Waterborne Pathogens and State-of-art Detection Methods

Human reservoir Domestic use Land /DataBank of Japan (DDBJ) and /IN THE DNA ARRAY TECHNIQUE: Probe Selection - cDNA / oligo with known identify: Small oligos, cDNA, chromosome Chip Fabrication – Putting probes on the chip: photolithography, pipette, drop-touch, piezoelectric (inkjet), electric Target – fluroscently labeled sample: RNA (mRNA) to cDNA Assay: Hybridisation, ligase, base addition, electric, electrophoresis, fluocytometry, PCR-DIRECT, TaqMan Readout: Flurorescence Informatics: Robotic/


Agenzia nazionale per l’attrazione degli investimenti e lo sviluppo d’impresa SpA INVITALIA: the gateway for foreign investors in Italy Foreign Investment.

robotics, pharma and bio-tech Good positioning on sectors with high growth potential Fashion, home furnishings, capital goods, aerospace, robotics, pharma and bio-tech International dimension Italy ranks 12 worldwide in/qualified projects targeting the domestic and international business /Japan China Gulf Areas India Target countries United States Japan China Gulf Areas India Invitalia also cooperates with numerous law firms both in terms of promotion activities and assistance for foreign companies in/


1 Science, Technology and Innovation in the Asia-Pacific Region: Trends and Policy Jerry Sheehan OECD Science & Technology Policy Division Asian S&T Forum:

Japan and Canada R&D as % of GDP Source: OECD Science, Technology and Industry Outlook 2004. 23 National R&D priorities in Asia-Pacific countries AustraliaEnvironmentally sustainability; promotion and maintenance of good health; frontier technologies for transforming industry; safeguarding Australia. JapanLife science, ICT, environment; nanotechnology and materials. KoreaDigital TV & broadcast; displays; intelligent robots/low compared to R&D inputs. Domestic enterprise sector weak contributor to innovation./


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