LIVES*Technology IDEATHON 2022



LIVES*Technology IDEATHON 2022

"The Future of Work"
Technology will change the future of our workplace.


Sunday, July 24, 13:00 - 17:10
Online (Zoom)


*Japanese Sign language interpretation will be provided*
This event will be held on YouTube live streaming.


*To register for the group discussion (Zoom), please click below.*
https://sites.google.com/handsontokyo.org/lives-ideathon-2022

*Registration needed for this event (No Cost, Registration deadline is Sunday, July 17, 2022)
*We request your understanding in allowing us to use any movies/screenshots taken on-line
for the Hands On Tokyo, LIVES Project website, SNS, etc.

 



Let's Create the workplace of the future, changed by technology!

The working situation is always changing.

The LIVES Project believes that technology can solve the challenges,
and more people with disabilities can take opportunities in the workplace.

The challenges in the workplace for people with disabilities are challenges for all.

In a future workplace where such issues are resolved,
there will be more options for working.



Inspiration Talk Guest Speaker and Members of the Judging Panel

Koichi Mori
President, Moris Inc.
Shigehiro Namiki 
Associate Professor, 
Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, the University of Tokyo
Koichi Mori suffered a cervical cord injury in a sea accident while studying in the United States. After graduating from Waseda University, in March 2008, at the age of 26, he established the NPO Laugh, and in 2015, it became a social welfare corporation from a non-profit organization, which is rare in Japan. Currently, he is engaged in 11 projects at four facilities for the welfare of the disabled and elderly in the community. In 2020, he established Maurice, Inc. and started a manufacturing business for people with disabilities as well as a welfare business consultant. He is currently conducting research on sleep for people with disabilities and developing a monitoring device to watch over their lives. Licensed Social Worker, Licensed Mental Health Worker, IT Coordinator. Received the Japan Human Power Award. Author of the book, "Dream Thinking Challenge Thinking"
http://koichi-mori.com
After receiving a doctoral degree in Biology, I developed an autoimmune neurological disease (still undiagnosed). Three years later, while studying abroad, the disease progressed to the point where I could no longer walk, and I gave up my career as an experimental scientist. After six months in the hospital, I was discharged in a wheelchair. I returned to the university and became a researcher in the field of barrier-free access. Currently, I am working on designing an accessible science laboratory that can be used by students with disabilities. Also, I hope to resume my research there in the future.

 


TIME TABLE

(Registrants) Zoom  + (Viewing Only) YouTube LIVE
13:00-13:30    Greeting from the Organizer
                    About the Theme    
                    How to Proceed with the Ideathon
                    Introduction of Judges and Judging Companies

13:30-13:50     Inspiration Talk

(Registrants Only)Zoom Breakout Rooms  + (Viewing Only) YouTube LIVE
13:50-15:50     Self-introduction and Group Discussion

1.Hearing about the obstacles and needs of people with disabilities in the workplace. 
2.Extracting common social needs from individual cases.
3.Creating ideas for solving problems with DX technology.

(Registrants) Zoom  + (Viewing Only) YouTube LIVE
15:50-16:50     Presentation,  Judging Time / Break Time
16:50-17:10     Awards Ceremony and Photo Session
17:10                 Closing

 



 

*To register for the group discussion (Zoom), please click below.*
https://sites.google.com/handsontokyo.org/lives-ideathon-2022

*Registration needed for this event (No Cost, Registration deadline is Sunday, July 17, 2022)
*We request your understanding in allowing us to use any movies/screenshots taken on-line
for the Hands On Tokyo, LIVES Project website, SNS, etc.

 


 

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