The UK Ambassador to Japan confirmed plans to send a carrier strike group to the Indo-Pacific in 2025, with drills expected to take place in Japan's...
Programmer Masako Wakamiya, who developed a game application at the age of 81, doesn't let age stop her from using technology to achieve her vision.
The Sankei Shimbun recently surveyed 118 Japanese companies to understand their apprehensions and strategies concerning China's revised counterespionage law.
Set to open in October 2023, City Circuit Tokyo Bay will combine electric car auto racing with the latest technology to give fans a unique experience.
The year's most important meeting for science and technology is the Japan-US-South Korea Camp David summit. Here we look at S&T issues that should be featured.
Autonomous robots could play a crucial role in constructing a lunar base, which would be indispensable for sustaining human activity.
The strange death of a key PLA military scientist adds to speculation about Xi Jinping's intentions toward Taiwan and whether there is secret internal dissent.
Automated rice planting by AI-based robots in Saitama Prefecture is being tested as an effective measure for reducing labor in the aging farming population.
Masayoshi Son of SoftBank is forging links with Sam Altman, the 38-year-old tech billionaire who runs ChatGPT's parent company, OpenAI.
FOOMA, one of the largest food machinery exhibitions in the world, revealed the latest advancements in robotics, AI, automation, and labor-saving solutions.
AI chatbots like ChatGPT are mainly trained on English text. Their responses are more likely to be inaccurate or incorrect when prompted in Japanese.
Artificial intelligence offers a potential solution to Japan's shrinking workforce in traffic surveying. But is it good enough to replace human workers?