How might we advance well-being of humanity in the era of singularity? I, as a public health researcher, argue that one of the grand challenges in the 21st century, where the technology has gotten far ahead of the progress of our society, is to develop AI which can help people learn, grow, and achieve optimal state of well-being. As a small step for addressing this challenge, I am developing a prototype of computational system, which can identify and improve our life style in a better way.


Yoshiki earned a bachelor’s degree in Health Science from the University of Tokyo, a Master of Science in Health Policy and Management from Harvard School of Public Health, and a PhD in Medicine from Jichi Medical School. As a public health researcher and science journalist, Yoshiki specialized in Health Policy and Management, Behavioral Science, and Computational Creativity with the aim of advancing the well-being of humanity through a mathematical and computational approach with big data. CV is available here