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We expand equality in aging societies with AI.

About Us

By 2025, 20% of Japanese nationals will be at least 75 years old and 30% at least 65. In other words, Japan will become a super-aged society with no parallel in history. Internationally, between now and around 2040, the ratio of elderly will surpass the 30% mark first of all in European countries, and a little later in Asian countries. In such aging societies, new issues that have not existed up to now arise. We challenge these biggest issues facing humanity in the 21st century with frontier AI technology.

Based on Japan and France, we are working on research and development of frontier AI systems in order to improve experiences in three areas of Healthcare, Mobility and Real-Life in aiging societies.
Corpy, which is AI we do research and development, will help you and make you happy. Of course, sometimes it may fail, but perhaps it may save your life. We will continue to propose new alternatives to the world through research and development of Corpy.
Corpy and the company that believes the possibilities of AI, they are Corpy&Co.

Services

What We Do.

Mission
By providing means to overcome inequality in health, mobility and information, create a world where every single person can live his/her own life.

Vision
We expand equality I’m aging societies with AI.

Value
1. Be bold and wild
2. Challenge impossible things with technology
3. Face social issues
4. Believe in the potential of humanity

Healthcare

In collaboration with medical institutions, we are engaged in research and development of Computer-Aided Diagnosis; CAD system that accurately recognizes, detects and diagnoses lesions from medical images such as CT and MRI images. Currently, we focus on diseases related to blood vessels in the brain.

Mobility

In collaboration with automobile manufacturers, we are engaged in research and development of multimodal learning for the realization of autonomous cars society. We are researching and developing various recognition systems using in-vehicle cameras for autonomous cars and automatic image generation systems for learning.

Real-Life

We are engaged in research and development of interruptive AI agent that actively interrupt (in a goog way) in human life through ears. This is currently under active development of prototype aiming for commercialization after 2019. Please look forward to it.

AI Dojo

We are providing AI Dojo, education and training programs of AI technologies. Currently, we provide the AI business course for business persons who want to utilize AI technologies for business. Also, we provide the AI Dojo for Youths for high school students.

Team

Who We Are.

Big challenges, beautiful solutions, and bold actions.

Kohei YAMAMOTO, Founder & CEO

Ph.D. candidate at The Univ. of Tokyo, Grad. school of Information Science & Technology(on a leave of absence). M.Sc. at The Univ. of Tokyo(Information Science & Technology). Conducted research on multimodal machine learning at The Univ. of Tokyo/Yahoo! Japan Lab/Inria Nancy.Details

Iordan IORDANOV, Ph.D., Chief Scientist

Ph.D. in Computer Science, Université de Lorraine. His research field is Applied and Computational Mathematics, especially Computational Geometry. He is also actively contributing to one of the largest open-source libraries for computational geometry (CGAL). Details 

Amine KAKOUCHE, Researcher

M.Sc. at Imperial College London(Computer Science & Mathematics). Graduated from Ecole Centrale de Nantes. Be in charge of R&D of Autonomous Cars.

Shams ROUMILI, Researcher

M.Sc. at Imperial College London(Computer Science & Mathematics). Graduated from Ecole Centrale de Nantes. Be in charge of R&D of Autonomous Cars.

Hamza ICHCHOU, Researcher

M.Sc. at Imperial College London(Biomedical/Medical Engineering & Neurotechnology). Graduated from Ecole Centrale de Nantes. Be in charge of R&D of Medical Image Recognition.

Chong LIU, Researcher

M.Sc. at Kyoto Institute of Technology(Information Science). Be in charge of R&D of Medical Image Recognition.

Quentin LABERNIA, Researcher

Dual M.Sc. at INSA Lyon & Tohoku Univ.(Computer Science). Be in charge of R&D of Medical Image Recognition.

Theparit PEERASATHIEN, Researcher

Ph.D. candidate at The Univ. of Tokyo(Information Science & Technology). M.Sc. at Univ. of Pennsylvania(Robotics). Be in charge of R&D of Medical Image Recognition.

Masato TANAKA, BizDev, Engineer

B.Sc. at The Univ. of Tokyo(Information Science). Be in charge of AI Dojo & Business Development. Full-stack engineer.

Chisako MAIKI, PR/BRAND Manager

Graduated from Parsons School of Design.Be in charge of PR, Corporate Branding & Back Office.

Jin ZHANG, Researcher

Ph.D. course at The Univ. of Tokyo(Information Science & Technology). M.Sc. at Xidian Univ.(Computer Science). Be in charge of R&D of Medical Image Recognition.

Hideki SHIMIZU,Researcher

Ph.D. candidate at The Univ. of Tokyo(Physics). M.Sc. at The Univ. of Tokyo(Physics). Be in charge of R&D of Medical Image Recognition.

Zonghao XIN, Research Engineer

Master student at The Univ. of Tokyo(Bioengineering). Be in charge of R&D of Medical Image Recognition.

Chang ZENG, Research Engineer

Master student at The Univ. of Tokyo(Electrical Engineering). Be in charge of R&D of Speech Recognition & NLP.

Yohann AUGEY, Research Engineer

Master student at Keio Univ.(Information Science). Graduated from Ecole Centrale de Nantes. Be in charge of R&D of Autonomous Cars.

Kachun LO, Research Engineer

Master student at Tohoku Univ.(Data Science). Be in charge of R&D of Autonomous Cars.

Christine YONG, Research Engineer

Dual Master student at The Univ. of Tokyo & Science Po Paris(Public Policy). B.A. at University of Cambridge. Be in charge of R&D of Speech Recognition & NLP.

Zhang YUHUI, Research Engineer

Master student at Tokyo Institude of Tech(Information Science). Be in charge of R&D of Autonomous Cars.

Chaoyi JIN, Research Engineer

Master student at The Univ. of Tokyo(Electrical Engineering). Be in charge of R&D of Medical Image Recognition.

Ted SATO, Research Engineer

Master course at Tokyo Institude of Tech(Information Science). Be in charge of R&D of Medical Image Recognition.

Maodong XIANG, Research Engineer

Master course at Tokyo Institude of Tech(Information Science). Be in charge of R&D of Medical Image Recognition.

Nao SAKAI, Research Engineer

Master student at The Univ. of Tokyo(Physics). Be in charge of R&D of Autonomous Cars.

Guillaume FARGE, Engineer

Student at EFREI Paris. Be in charge of R&D of Medical Image Recognition.

Kanji SATO, Research Engineer

Student at The Univ. of Tokyo. Be in charge of R&D of Autonomous Cars.

Naoki KATSURA, Research Engineer

Student at Tsukuba Univ. Be in charge of R&D of Autonomous Cars.

Jiawei LU, Research Engineer

Student at Keio Univ. Be in charge of R&D of Speech Recognition & NLP.

Shifu LIU, Research Engineer

Student at The Univ. of Tokyo. Be in charge of R&D of Medical Image Recognition.

Tomoko ISHIZUKA, PR

Student at Chuo Univ. Be in charge of PR & HR.

Daishi KONDO, PhD, Researcher(France)

Ph.D. in Computer Science, University of Lorraine. Researcher at INRIA/CNRS. Collaborate-researcher.

Xavier MARCHAL, Ph.D., Researcher(France)

Ph.D.s in Computer Science, University of Lorraine. Researcher at INRIA/CNRS. Collaborate-researcher.

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Where to Find Us

Tokyo Head Office
Corpy&Co. Base
4-4-11 Hongo,
Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
113-0033 JAPAN

France Research Team
Scientific Campus
615 Rue du Jardin botanique
Villers-lès-Nancy,
54600 FRANCE

Email Us At

info@corpy.co.jp

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