A course briefing session was held for first-year students of the Frontier Society Design Course.
On June 26 and 29, we held a course information session for first-year students of the Frontier Society Design Course, where we introduced our research and students from our laboratory provided consultations. Although it was held late in the day, many first-year students participated over the two days. In the research introduction, we demonstrated actual multilingual communication by Assistant Professor Ampere and international students using "Langrid chat", a multilingual chat tool operated by our laboratory, as well as a web application that predicts pictograms that follow sentences. The participating students listened intently to the explanation. We hope that this event has sparked some interest in cross-cultural collaboration!