In this course, we examine the way of "science and technology and society" through dialogue between science and technology and liberal arts.
Specifically, consider problems such as R&D, project management, science and technology policy, collaboration between industry, academia and government.
Classes consists of lectures by practitioners and ILA faculty members, and dialogues among students.
Students will understand the prospects and issues of research and development in Japan, and cultivate insight into human beings and society, which is indispensable for implementation of science and technology.
science and technology, R&D, collaboration between industry, academia and government, science and technology policy
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
It consist of three topics, (1) AI × literature, (2) life science × philosophy, (3) university × security.
There are two classes for each topic.
The first is a lecture by lecturers, the second is a dialog between students. The progress of the dialogue is done by the ILA faculty.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 2||Overview: Science technology and liberal arts at the present||none|
|Class 3||topic1: AI (Artificial Intelligence) × literature||none|
|Class 4||dialogue||reviewing the last class|
|Class 5||topic 2: life science × philosophy||none|
|Class 6||dialogue||reviewing the last class|
|Class 7||topic 3: university × security||none|
|Class 8||dialogue||reviewing the last class|
Assessment will be based on exercises done in each class.
reaction paper: 70%
This course is open to ToTAL students only.
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