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SoftBank Corp. and the University of Tokyo have agreed to open artificial-intelligence centers staffed with specialists from the university and around the world, to swiftly turn…
Japan's Kawasaki Heavy Industries debuted on Wednesday the world's first marine carrier that transports liquefied hydrogen, using technology that will vastly expand cargo capacity…
Switzerland hosted the Science & Technology Diplomatic Circle’s annual Year End Party 2019. Around 40 members of diplomatic missions in Tokyo and their Japanese partners from…
Osaka Metro Co. on Tuesday started testing a next-generation automated ticket gate featuring a facial recognition system.
Honda Motor on Wednesday said it has begun delivering business jets to Chinese customers, as it looks to expand its nascent aircraft business across Asia.
The race to develop new materials for cars is heating up among chemical and paper producers in Japan, as automakers look for ways to make their products more fuel efficient and…
Japanese scientist Akira Yoshino accepted the Nobel Prize in chemistry on Tuesday at a ceremony in Sweden for his contribution to the development of lithium-ion batteries.
Messaging app provider Line Corp. on Monday started a new service that allows users to transfer money to bank accounts via its smartphone payment platform, a first for Japan in a…
The AI opponent in this online Othello game may not be the brightest bulb in the room, but it's this very weakness that has led to a surge in the software's popularity.

Efforts are underway to familiarize the public with the rules of Paralympic sports through simulations making use of advanced technology and radio commentary ahead of the 2020…