LIVES*Technology IDEATHON - Sunday, May 23, 2021
On Sunday, May 23rd, 2021, the "LIVES*Technology" team of the Hands On Tokyo LIVES Project will hold an Ideathon event. The theme of this event is "Smart Inclusive Ideathon - Thinking about People with Disabilities and Smart Cities - Technology is Changing the Future of People with Disabilities."
The LIVES Project believes that a city that is easy for people with disabilities to live in will be a city that is easy for all people to live in, and that technological development from the perspective of people with disabilities will benefit all people, regardless of whether they have disabilities or not. We hope that you will join us in this attempt to create a Japanese-Style Smart City that connects people with disabilities and technology.
■Smart Inclusive Ideathon
- Thinking about People with Disabilities and Smart Cities -
Technology is Changing the Future of People with Disabilities
Date and time: Sunday, May 23, 2021, 10:00 - 16:00
Venue: Online (Zoom)
*You can also watch this event on YouTube live.
Entry Fee: Free
■Members of the judging panel and judging companies (as of March 25)
Mr. Norio Murakami (Former Vice President of Google. Inc., Former President of Google Japan, Honorary President of Smart Inclusion Innovation Consortium)
Kawada Technologies, Inc.
Mr. Hisamu Sato (President of Sentaku Co., Ltd.)
■For registration and event details, please visit the following website
■What is the Hands On Tokyo LIVES Project?