How can technology change humanity?
To consider the abstract notion of “humanness,” we must start by reconsidering the relationship between humans and technology. After all, we humans use tools to enrich our lives, and the evolution of our tools has driven our own evolution.
THINK No.01 HUMANNESS_Vol.04
Should we rethink our understanding of the elderly with the onset of a super-aged society?
Discussions of the super-aged society inevitably focus on its negative aspects, such as the loss of pension systems, solitary deaths, and the necessity of elderly care by the elderly.
THINK No.09 SUPER-AGED SOCIETY_Vol.03
Whose lives will autonomous driving change?
There has been remarkable technological progress related to autonomous driving. Faced with the arrival of a driverless era—a time that is not so far away—we must be sure to remember that even when AI is driving, it is people that are moving.
THINK No.08 MOBILITY_Vol.03
Can space impact our daily routine for the better?
The living space project team investigated how we can improve the relationship between health and spaces. At the Think Human Exhibition, under the theme of “creating health through spaces,” the project team considered how to create spaces that correct our internal clocks.
THINK No.06 LIVING SPACE_Vol.03
How will people live with aging?
How should we take on aging as we enter an era of 100-year lifespans? In this exhibition, the aging project team demonstrated measurements of brain age. We also hosted a lecture by Shin’ichiro Imai of the Departments of Developmental Biology and Medicine at Washington University in St. Louis, and PGV Chief Scientist Haruo Mizutani.
THINK No.04 AGING_Vol.04
Can feelings transcend language?
Can feelings transcend language? At the Think Human Exhibition, the sensitivity project team demonstrated an experiment using touch, a human sense with a particularly powerful association with emotion.
THINK No.03 SENSITIVITY_Vol.03