Award


The Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence award winner


JSAI Contribution Award

Purposes

The Award aims to commend those who have made a great contribution for the administration and development of JSAI related to art and science or business related to artificial intelligence, and to reward such contributions.

Subjects

Subjects shall be individual members of JSAI or those equivalent to them. We shall award the winner, selecting from those who made a remarkable contribution for the administration and development of JSAI related to art and science or business related to artificial intelligence.

Selection method

The Selection Board (a chairperson, two senior vice-presidents, two organizers, and the director in charge of general affairs. The total number of board members shall be roughly 25), with selection based on signed recommendation by Members and Board Members.

Screening standards

The achievements for art and science or related business related to artificial intelligence and the contribution and ripple effect shall be considered.

Recommendation method

Send the candidate information written in the fixed format (JP) to the office by
the deadline of the year.

Commendation

A certificate and a medal will be presented at a general meeting, in principle.

award winner

2016(2017.6.26) Hitoshi Matsubara (Future University Hakodate)
2014(2015.6.12) Takahira Yamaguchi (Keio University)
Hideyuki Nakajima (Future University Hakodate)
2012(2013.6.6) Toyoaki Nishida (Kyoto University)
2010(2011.6.2) Koichi Hori (University of Tokyo)
Kazuo Asakawa (FUJITSU LABORATORIES)
2008(2009.6.18) Riichiro Mizoguchi (Osaka University)
Takashi Washio (Osaka University)
2006(2007.6.21) Mitsuru Ishizuka (University of Tokyo)
2004(2005.6.2) Hozumi Tanaka (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
2002(2003.6.26) Yoshiaki Shirai (Osaka University)
2000(2001.5.24) Hidehiko Tanaka (University of Tokyo)
Katsuhiko Shirai (Waseda University)
1998(1999.6.16) Shuji Doshita (Kyoto University)
Kenichi Mori (TOSHIBA TEC)
1996(1997.6.26) Masamichi Shimura (Tokyo University of Science)
1995(1996.6.26) Akio Fukumura (Chukyo University)
Setsuo Osuga (Waseda University)
Saburo Tsuji (Wakayama University)

JSAI Distinguished Service Award

Purposes

The award is intended to commend those who have performed distinguished service for JSAI related to artificial intelligence and to reward such distinguished service.

Subjects

Subjects shall be individual members of JSAI or those equivalent to them. We shall award the winner, selecting from those who have performed especially distinguished service for the activities of JSAI related to artificial intelligence and whose distinguished service is remarkable.

Selection method

The Selection Board (a chairperson, two senior vice-presidents, two organizers, and the director in charge of general affairs. The number of board members shall be roughly 25.) will make a selection based on signed recommendation by Members and Board Members.

Screening standards

Distinguished service for art and science or business related to artificial intelligence and the contribution and ripple effect shall be considered.

Recommendation method

Send the candidate information written in the fixed format (JP) to the office by
the deadline of the year.

Commendation

A certificate and a medal will be presented at a general meeting, in principle.

award winner

2016(2017.6.26) Fumihiro Maruyama (FUJITSU LABORATORIES)
Tsujino Koji (HRI-JP)
2015(2016.6.24) Ken Sato (NII)
2014(2015.6.12) Akihiko Ohsuga (UEC)
Hiroshi Tsuda (FUJITSU LABORATORIES)
2013(2014.6.13) Yutaka Matsuo (University of Tokyo)
Takeshi Morita (Aoyama Gakuin University)
2012(2013.6.6) Kenji Mase (Nagoya University)
Satoshi Kurihara (UEC)
Akinori Abe (Chiba University)
2010(2011.6.2) Ryohei Orihara (Toshiba)
Shusaku Tsumoto (Shimane University)
Kumiyo Nakakoji (SRA)
2008(2009.6.18) Toshihiro Kamishima (AIST)
Masaaki Okochii (IBM Research)
Akira Maeda (Hitachi)
2006(2007.6.21) Hideaki Takeda (NII)
2004(2005.6.2) Tomoharu Mori (FUJITSU LABORATORIES)
Hideo Shimazu (NEC System Technologies)
2002(2003.6.26) Masahiro Yamamoto (Hosei University)
Hideyuki Tamura (Ritsumeikan University)
2000(2001.5.24) Keiichi Kawata (NTT-AT)
Masato Yamazaki (Yokkaichi University)
1998(1999.6.16) Koichiro Ishihara (Takushoku University)
Chiyoji Tanaka (Osaka Institute of Technology)
Koichi Furukawa (Keio University)
1996(1997.6.26) Shigeru Sato (FUJITSU LABORATORIES)
Koji Sasaki (AdIn Research)
1995(1996.6.26) Iwao Toda (FUJITSU LABORATORIES)
Haruki Ueno (Tokyo Denki University)

JSAI Achievement Award

Purposes

The award aims to commend those who have made outstanding achievements related to art and science or the application related to artificial intelligence, and with this, to encourage further development of art and science or its application.

Subjects

Subjects shall be individual members of JSAI. We shall award the winner, selecting from those who have made outstanding achievements related to art and science or the application related to artificial intelligence (which have been published in the journals, in principle.)

Selection method

The Selection Board (a chairperson, two senior vice-presidents, two organizers, and the director in charge of general affairs. The total number of board members shall be roughly 25) will make a selection based on signed recommendation by Members and Board Members.

Screening standards

The achievements for art and science or the application related to artificial intelligence and the contribution and ripple effect shall be considered. Particular emphasis shall be placed on originality or usefulness.

Recommendation method

Send the candidate information written in the fixed format (JP) to the office by
the deadline of the year.

Commendation

A certificate and a medal will be presented at a general meeting, in principle.

award winner

2015(2016.6.24) Takayuki Ito (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
2013(2014.6.13) Hiroshi Okuno (Waseda University)
Katsumi Nitta (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
2011(2012.6.14) Toru Ishida (Kyoto University)
Takao Terano (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
2009(2010.6.10) Makoto Yokoo (Kyushu University)
Hideyuki Nakajima (Future University Hakodate)
2007(2008.6.12) Jun’ichi Tsujii (University of Tokyo)
Taisuke Sato (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Yuji Matsumoto (NAIST)
2005(2006.6.8) Satoru Ikehata (Tottori University)
河田 勉(東芝)
2003(2004.6.3) Takeo Kanade (Carnegie Mellon University)
Setsuko Otsuki (Hiroshima City University)
2001(2002.5.30) Yuichiro Anzai (Keio University)
Satoshi Goto (NEC)
Hiroshi Hayashi (FUJITSU LABORATORIES)
1999(2000.7.4) Hiroshi Motoda (Osaka University)
Setsuo Arikawa (Kyushu University)
1997(1998.6.18) Makoto Nagao (Kyoto University)
1995(1996.6.26) Kazuhiro Fuchi (Keio University)
Shigenobu Kobayashi (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Ichiro Toyama (Nittetsu Elex)

Field Innovation Award

Purposes

With regard to real problems in real life or in a business context, as an academic society, we shall evaluate cases in which problems were solved using artificial intelligence technology. On that basis, we shall commend individuals and organizations who have accomplished the research and development.

Subjects

Candidates for commendation shall include individuals and organizations who are not members of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence.

Selection method

The Selection Board (a chairperson and a vice-president. The total number of board members shall be roughly 10) will make a selection based on signed recommendation by Members and Board Members.

Screening standards

Emphasis shall be placed on finding problems in real life or a real business context and providing a solution.

Commendation

The Award shall consist of Gold Prize and Silver Prize. A shield shall be presented for each prize.

Recommendation method

Send the candidate information written in the fixed format (JP) to the office by
the deadline of the year.

award winner

2016

Gold Prize:Toshiba
Silver Prize:NEC
Silver Prize:FUJITSU LABORATORIES

2015

Gold Prize:NEC
Silver Prize:Fonobono Research Institute

2014

Silver Prize:NTT Communication Science Laboratories

2013

Gold Prize:Kansai University
Silver Prize:NTT and NTT docomo

2012

Gold Prize:Toshiba
Silver Prize:Fujitsu
Silver Prize:Hitachi

2011

Gold Prize:Spysee
Silver Prize:ANPI_NLP
Silver Prize:ADMiRe

2010

Gold Prize:NTT

2009

Gold Prize:IBM Research, Tokyo Research Laboratory
Silver Prize:NEC