News and Topics
The AI Solution Architect Training Program Takes Its Next Step
The theme of the challenge from Daido Life was "a service to support sales representatives in their home and non-face-to-face sales activities amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. As people's lives are changing due to the spread of COVID-19, students were meant to discover the issues that salespeople are facing and find AI-based solutions to them.
In the morning session on the first day, students listened to Daido Life employees, who participated online, talk about the current situation of the life insurance industry, insurance products, business strategies, etc., and considered questions to find potential issues facing sales representatives. On the second and third days, they discussed and prototyped AI-based measures to solve the issues, and on the final day, they actually gave a presentation to Daido Life employees.
Mr. Yuta Hasegawa, a third-year student of the School of Science and Technology, who participated in the program, said, "Up until now, we have mainly focused on classroom lectures, but this time, we were able to interview people from companies, and I felt it was difficult to apply the knowledge we had gained in the lectures to actual business situations. I want to think flexibly so that I can apply the knowledge I have learned to practical situations."
Ishibuchi Seminar Students from the School of Business Administration Win Cocktail Competition Award
SIS Student Discusses Diversity with Izumi Nakamitsu, Under-Secretary-General at the UN
SIS Online Open Day for International Students will Be Held on August 3rd and 4th, 2021
World-Renowned Architect Kengo Kuma Gives Lecture on "Cities and Architecture in the Post-COVID Era"