Hiroki Sato, Professor, Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, The University of Tokyo Graduate School
1981: Hitotsubashi University Graduate School of Social Sciences; withdrew from Ph.D. program with credits.
1981: Researcher at the National Institute of Employment and Vocational Research (currently the Japan Institute for Labour Policy and Training).
1983: Assistant Professor, The Ohara Institute for Social Research, Hosei University.
1991: Professor, Faculty of Business Administration, Hosei University.
1996: Professor, Institute of Social Sciences, The University of Tokyo.
2011: Current position.
Specialty in human resource management. Member of the Council for Gender Equality, Work Life Balance Promotion Public-Private Top Conference, etc.
Tomoyuki Kaneko, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo
Associate Professor, Department of General Systems Studies, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo.
March 2002: Completed Ph.D. program at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo.
April 2012: Current position.
Engaged in search technology research that effectively leverages computational ability enabling artificial intelligence to exceed human ability, centered on game programming and machine learning using shogi, igo, and other cognitive games. Also engaged in research into application of science and means of communication for supporting human decision-making.