Mihoko Otake (Ph.D.)
Team Leader


  • Team leader
    Mihoko Otake
  • Research scientist
    Tomasz Rutkowski
  • Research scientist
    Takuya Sekiguchi
  • Postdoctoral researcher
    Hikaru Sugimoto
  • Postdoctoral researcher
    Seiki Tokunaga
  • Postdoctoral researcher
    Masato Abe
  • Technical Staff I
    Yukiko Mizutani
  • Technical staff II
    Sachiko Iwata
  • Part-time staff
    Sumio Kogure
  • Visiting scientist
    Lukas Vareka
  • Visiting scientist
    Toshikazu Kawagoe
  • Visiting scientist
    Katelyn Adrienne Seaborn
  • Visiting scientist
    Masahide Nakamura
  • Visiting scientist
    Sadao Otsuka
  • Visiting scientist
    Tokie Anme
  • Visiting scientist
    Taishiro Kishimoto
  • Visiting scientist
    Takashi Kudo


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AI nurturing or complementing intelligence of human are becoming much more important than ever before. Cognitive Behavioral Assistive Technology (CB-AT) Team puts emphasis on developing CB-AT which promotes cognitive reserve for prevention of cognitive decline and dementia of older adults which damage the intelligence of human necessary for social life. We develop conversational assistive AI based on Coimagination method, implement the AI to cognitive behavioral assistive systems, and evaluate the effects on human cognition and mind. Coimagination method is an image-based conversational assistive technology designed for utilizing cognitive functions which decline at mild cognitive impairment.

Main Research Field
Research Field
Clinical Medicine / Neuroscience & Behavior / Computer Science / Psychology & Psychiatry / Multidisciplinary
Research Subjects
Cognitive behavioral assistive systems for interactive communication of older adults
Analysis and modelling technology of conversational, physiological and psychological data
Clinical study of the developed systems evaluating whose effects on human
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