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Keio Research Highlights: Emotional awareness; Owning multiple bodies at the same time

September 29, 2021



Emotional awareness: Brainy insights into emotion recognition

"My interest in psychology started during my high school days," says Yuri Terasawa, an associate professor at the Department of Psychology,
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Owning multiple bodies at the same time

Virtual-reality ball-catching experiments reveal the human brain's capability of simultaneously operating multiple synchronized bodies
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Announcement of The Keio Medical Science Prize 2021

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Keio University Athletic Association English Site Now Open

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Artificial Intelligence in Sports Science
AI technology is increasingly being used in sports to analyze and improve the performance of athletes and teams. In particular, video analysis is proving to be an effective method for evaluating the performance of players and developing team tactics.

Yoshimitsu Aoki ― Professor
Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Science and Technology

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