Global Information Network Laboratory
Global Information Network Laboratory aims to Internet-based world-wide collaboration.
There are two research issues for realizing this framework.
“Global Expansion of Collaboration Infrastructure” conduct research activities based on artificial intelligence and human interface as foundations. We address latest technological challenges of services computing and Internet of Things (IoT).
“Design of Network Economy” is based on artificial intelligence and the game theory. To develop an appropriate incentive design in the network of human, goods, and services, We conduct global research activities by introducing the latest technologies including crowdsourcing, auction, and gamification from the viewpoint of ICT and economics.
To this time, we provide the novel concepts to the world through the projects such as Communityware, Digital City Kyoto, and Language Grid. Moreover, we have a central role in Kyoto University Design School. Simultaneously, we conduct global research activities with researchers in the US, Europe, and Asia to develop systems and provide them to users.
- Prof. Toru Ishida retired on March 31, 2019.
- August 30, 2018
Prof. Ishida, received JSSST Basic Research Award
- July 14, 2018
International Workshop on Massively Multi-Agent Systems in conjunction with IJCAI/ECAI/AAMAS/ICML 2018
- July 2, 2015
Mai Xuan Trang (D3) received the Best Paper Award at IEEE SCC 2015
Paper: Policy-Aware Optimization of Parallel Execution of Composite Services
Authors: Mai Xuan Trang, Yohei Murakami, Toru Ishida
- January 22-23, 2015
The 2nd International Workshop on Worldwide Language Service Infrastructure
Past announcement is here