By combining the achievements of the arts, history and technology, Prof. Miyasako, who leads the ‘Research on cultural sharing’ group in the TUA-COI project, is creating “Clone Cultural Properties” and “Super Clone Cultural Properties” which reproduce the DNA of arts. The research group is increasing countries’ cultural value by promoting cultural properties as ‘exquisite resources’, as well as supporting sustainable growth through the tourism industry and supporting education for the AI era.

Tags: Cultural Memory, Digitalisation, Education, Global Cooperation, Science Diplomacy, Clone Cultural Properties