Cross Roads are monthly meetups at the intersection between academic research in intelligence science, and AI industry expertise.
Our events are currently invitation-only. Please contact the organizers to take part to an event. Our events will go public from April 2020. For the time being, please refer to: https://www.crosslabs.org/events
Cross Roads events aim at discussions and learning together about cutting-edge AI and intelligence science in contact with the tech industry. Each event invites a special guest speaker, who leads an open-ended discussion with the audience on a specific topic of intelligence science. The discussion is followed by an informal meetup, allowing for the audience to meet each other and discuss further the topic of discussion.
Cross Roads meetings are organized by Cross Labs, an interdisciplinary research institute and technology hub in Tokyo for all intelligence sciences, which includes AI, robotics, artificial life, cognitive science, information theory, computational linguistics, vision, neuroscience, among many other disciplines.
Join us every first working Wednesday of the month for exciting discussions where the latest science meets industrial innovation!
Cross Roads welcomes an interdisciplinary crowd interested in intelligence science at the crossing between academic research and technology industry. Our approach is interdisciplinary, and includes artificial intelligence, robotics, cognitive neuroscience, artificial life, computer vision, computational linguistics, among many other disciplines. Our meetings are open to all researchers, scholars and technology experts who are excited in our approach.
CrossRoads is supported by Cross Labs, a new research institute for the fundamental principles of intelligence, founded by Cross Compass Ltd. in 2019. Cross Labs seeks to uncover the mathematical bases behind all intelligent processes, observable both in nature and in artificial environments, and to design new tools to better solve problems in the industry. Cross Labs thus bridges the gap between industrial and academic research, by promoting fundamental and applied science in connection with technological needs of society.
Each of our events provides a harassment-free environment. All event attendees and staff have the right to a space that is free of all forms of discrimination, harassment, bullying, and/or retaliation. If you have any doubt or questions, please contact an organizer as soon as possible. Together, let's make this event intellectually stimulating and rewarding for all participants.