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November 1, 2015 is KCGI's 12th Foundation Day!

Prof. Masatsugu Kidoe, KCGI, Director of Cyber Kyoto Research Institute, delivers a commemorative lecture titled
Prof. Masatsugu Kidoe, KCGI, Director of Cyber Kyoto Research Institute, delivers a commemorative lecture titled "CV (Computer Vision) Now, Then and Now, and Dreams" at the ceremony of the 12th anniversary of the founding of KCGI on October 30, 2015.

November 1, 2015 is the 12th anniversary of the founding of Kyoto College of Computer Science and Graduate Institute (KCGI).On October 30, a commemorative ceremony was held at the Kyoto Station Satellite Hall of the Kyoto Institute of Information Graduate University, where all students and faculty members celebrated the occasion and pledged to make further progress in the future.

At the ceremony, Prof. Shigeru Eiboh, Vice President of KCGI, first introduced the ceremony by saying, "KCGI has designated November 1, 2003, when we declared the opening of the university, as the anniversary of our founding.Professor Masatsugu Kidoe of KCGI, who is also the director of the KCGI Cyber Kyoto Institute, which is in charge of the management and operation of the geographic name top-level domain ".kyoto", gave a lecture titled "CV (Computer Vision) Now, Then, and Now, and Dreams" - Transmission from .kyoto.After introducing recent IT-related topics, Prof. Kidoe urged the students to keep their antennas high to catch up with the latest IT information, to be interested in new things, and to look up unfamiliar terms immediately instead of putting them off.

KCGI was established as Japan's first IT professional graduate school, inheriting the pioneering spirit of KCG, Japan's first computer education institution, founded on May 1, 1963.The Graduate School of Applied Information Technology offers a major in Web Business Technology. Upon completion of the program, students can earn a Master of Information Technology (Professional), the highest degree in the field of IT applications.In addition to the main school in Kyoto, there are satellites in Kyoto Station, Sapporo and Tokyo.In the academic field, the Applied Information Business Course (Medical IT, Agricultural IT, Marine IT, etc.) will be added to the existing Web Business Technology Course, Web System Development Course, and Contents Business Course from the 2016 academic year.In addition, the enrollment capacity has been increased from 80 students (160 students in total) to 210 students (420 students in total).We have produced excellent human resources with both management and IT knowledge and skills to the IT industry in Japan, Asia, and around the world.

Prof. Masatsugu Kidoe, KCGI, Director of Cyber Kyoto Research Institute, delivers a commemorative lecture titled

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