Hideto Tomabechi

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Hideto Tomabechi
苫米地英人
Born(1959-09-07)September 7, 1959
Tokyo, Japan
NationalityJapanese
CitizenshipJapan
EducationPhD in Computational Linguistics
Alma mater
  • The University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Sophia University
  • Carnegie Mellon University
Known for
  • Cyber Homeostasis Theory
  • Cognitive Warfare
  • Brain Functionalism
  • Artificial Intelligence
Scientific career
FieldsCognitive Science, Cognitive Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Functional Brain Science, Artifical Intelligence, Natural Language Processing, Cyber Defence
InstitutionsYale University: Cognitive Science Project, Artificial Intelligence Lab.

Carnegie Mellon University: Computational Science Research Center, Center for Machine Translation, Computational Linguistics Laboratory, Robotics Institue, Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute

Tokushima University: Altered Consciousness Research Center, JustSystems Research Company

Harvard University: Massachusetts Hospital (Brain research)

Carnegie Mellon University: Cylab

George Mason University: C4I and Cyber Center

Waseda University: Nano
Influences
  • Dr. Roger Schank
  • Dr. Masaru Tomita
  • Dr. Noam Chomsky
  • Congkapa
  • Nagarjuna
  • Buddha

Hideto Tomabechi (Ph.D, Prof.) (born 1959) (Japanese: 苫米地英人) is an Japanese Cognitive Scientist (Functional Brain Science, Cognitive Psychology, Analytical Philosophy, Computational Linguistics) and Computer Scientist (Artificial Intelligence, Discrete Mathematics, Distributed Processing, Cyber Security).[1] Hideto Tomabechi received his Ph.D in the field of Computational Linguistics from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). Before attending Carnegie Mellon University, Dr. Tomabechi was a Fulbright Research Scientist at Yale University and became member of Yale University Human Intelligence/Artificial Intelligence Research Center and Yale Cognitive Science Program as a Research Scientist.[2] His Ph.D research topic was: Human Cognition Models for Language Expressions and Computational Methods (Tomabechi Algorithm).[3] First Japanese Ph.D. in this subject area, fourth in the world ("Efficient Unification for Natural Language" Ph.D. Thesis 1993 Hideto Tomabechi, Carnegie Mellon University).[4] Developed models for Cognitive Science, Cognitive/Clinical Psychology and mathematical models for human brain information processing.[5]

Dr. Tomabechi is the most famous researcher in the field of "brainwashing" (religious, terrorist) in Japan. He was the expert brain-functionalist who worked with the Japanese police and successfully deprogrammed (reversed mindcontrol) the top leaders of Aum Shinrikyo terrorist group in Japan, by applying cognitive methods and hypnosis.

Academic career and influence

Dr. Tomabechi is currently an Adjunct Fellow at CyLab (Cyber Security and Privacy Research Institute, Carnegie Mellon University).[6] Visiting Professor at The Center for Excellence in Command, Control, Communications, Computing, Intelligence and Cyber (C4I and Cyber Center) at George Mason University.[7] Guest Professor at Future Innovation Institute of Research Organization for Nano & Life Innovation at Waseda University.[8] Endowed Chair Professor at Nankai University (China) and Visiting Professor at Far Eastern Federal University (Russia). [9]

After completing his Ph.D at CMU, Dr. Tomabechi became an associate professor (Dept. of Intelligence and Information Science) at Tokushima University, then joined Justsystem as a VP R&D and established the Altered Consciousness Research Center in the University.[10] Studied on the subjects of subliminal brain information processing and deprogramming.[11]

After leaving Justsytems, Dr. Tomabechi focused on his research through government projects. During his over 30 years of research in the areas of cognitive science, brain science, AI, massively parallel computational architecture, natural language processing, and cyber security, Dr. Tomabechi has led government research projects for decades.[12] Dr. Tomabechi's main contributions have been leading collaborations between the Japan Self Defense Forces (JSDF) and Carnegie Mellon University.

Dr. Tomabechi bestowed a medal and the title of Knight Grand Cross (Cavaliere di Gran Croce) from Order of Saints Maurice and Lazarus, The House of Savoy (Ordine dei Santi Maurizio e Lazzaro, Duca di Savoia).[13]

Dr. Tomabechi is also an expert in the field of coaching and human excellence. He is applying the newest Brain Science and Cognitive Psychology models to increase or improve human performance.

Collaboration with Japanese Police: The Tokyo subway sarin attack

The Tokyo subway sarin attack was an act of terrorism perpetrated on 20 March 1995, in Tokyo by members of the terrorist religious (cult) movement Aum Shinrikyo. The cult used brainwashing techniques on their followers for years (mainly: LSD, Hypnosis, Religious intimidation). During the terrorist attacks, they were in a state of affected consciousness so their memories of the attack were unreliable and unclear. Dr. Tomabechi, who was involved in a research at Harvard University at the time, at the request of Japanese Police, he returned home from America to assist in a police investigation. Dr. Tomabechi Hideto was the expert cognitive brain-functionalist who successfully deprogrammed the Aum Shinrikyo top leaders, and helped in the investigation. [14][15]

Current academic positions

  • Carnegie Mellon University: Professor and Adjunct Fellow at CyLab Research Institute (Cyber Defense, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Neural Network) in the Visual Intelligence Research Lab.[16]
  • George Mason University: (C4I and Cyber Center) Research Laboratory Visiting Professor, Research Professor (MI, National Defense Technologies, Cognition Research, Cognitive Warfare)[17]
  • Waseda University: Visiting Professor at the Nano & Life Research Center.[18]
  • He is the CEO of Cognitive Research Laboratories Inc.[19]
  • Adviser and member of the Information Processing Division of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. (Japan)
  • Independent consultant to the Japan National Security Agency.[17]
  • Liaison between Carnegie Mellon University and Japan National Security Agency.[20]

Biography

  • 1983: Sophia University: Faculty of Foreign Languages, Department of English (Linguistics)
  • 1985: Yale University: Graduate School of Computer Science, Doctoral Program (Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Psychology, Brain Research).[21]
  • 1985: Yale University: Member of Artificial Intelligence Research Laboratory and Cognitive Science Project as a Fulbright Research Scholar. [22]
  • 1987: Carnegie Mellon University: Graduate School of Computer Science and Philosophy, Computational Linguistics Ph.D program (transfer).[23]
  • 1987: Research Scientist of Department of Computer Science and Philosophy in Carnegie Mellon University (Computational Linguistics Laboratory, Robotics Institute, Center for Machine Translation).[24]
  • 1990: Research Scientist at Automatic Translation Telephone Laboratory (ATR).
  • 1992: Associate Professor at Tokushima University in Department of Intelligent Information Engineering.[25]Established the Altered Counsciousness Research Center.
  • 1993: Completed his Ph.D program at Carnegie Mellon University (Ph.D, Computational Linguistics). Ph.D topic: Human Cognition Models for Language Expressions and it is Computational Applications (Tomabechi Algorithm).[26]
  • 1995: Director of JustSystems Corporation Headquarters Development Division. Director of JustSystems Research Center.[27]
  • 1995: Collaboration with Harvard Medical School Massachusetts General Hospital. Research Director of Japan Brain Function Research Project (fMRI, brain functions).
  • 1996: Expert Committee Member of Ministry of International Trade and Industry Information Processing Promotion Council.
  • 1996: Director of Justsystem Pittsburgh Research Institute (JPRC).[28]
  • 1998: CEO and Principal Scientist of Cognitive Research Laboratories Inc.(A.I., Cognition)[29]
  • 2007: Adjuct Fellow at Carnegie Mellon University, Cyber Security and Privacy Institute (Cylab).[30]
  • 2014: Independent Advisor to the Chief of the Joint Staff, Admiral Kawano, of the Japan Self-Defense Forces.[31]
  • 2019: Inaugurated as representative of the Savoia Royal Knights.[32]
  • 2019: Visiting Research Professor at George Mason University C4I and Cyber Center (Cyber, Cognition).[33]
  • 2020: Visiting Professor at Waseda University Life & Nano Research Center (Biology and Nanotechnology).[34]

In the media

  

References

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  2. "Dr. Hideto Tomabechi – SIGEF 2019 By Horyou".
  3. Tomabechi, Hideto (1991-06-18). "Quasi-destructive graph unification". Proceedings of the 29th annual meeting on Association for Computational Linguistics. ACL '91. Berkeley, California: Association for Computational Linguistics: 315–322. doi:10.3115/981344.981385.
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  11. https://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/y.shimazu/epilogueDrT.html
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  13. "THE VICE-DELEGATE OF THE JAPANESE DELEGATION – CAV. GR. CR. DR. HIETO TOMABECHI – PERSONALLY DELIVERED A 10,000 € DONATION TO THE JAPANESE NATIONAL RED CROSS, DURING A MEETING WITH THE VICE PRESIDENT MR. YOSHIHARU OTSUKA. – Ordini Dinastici della Real Casa di Savoia". Retrieved 2020-09-14.
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  27. "Dr. Hideto Tomabechi – SIGEF 2019 By Horyou". Retrieved 2020-09-14.
  28. "Hideto Tomabechi". www.cylab.cmu.edu. Retrieved 2020-09-14.
  29. "Cognitive Research Labs,Inc. Official Web Site". www.crl.co.jp.
  30. Dr. Tomabechi, Hideto. "Dr. Tomabechi Carnegie Mellon University Fellow".
  31. "Cyber Resilience, Transparency and Monotonicity under Zero-Trust". Center of Excellence in Command, Control, Communications, Computing and Intelligence. 2019-09-30. Retrieved 2020-09-14.
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  34. "弊社CEO兼研究主幹苫米地英人博士は、早稲田大学ナノ・ライフ創新研究機構未来イノベーション研究所 研究院客員教授に就任致しました". プレスリリース・ニュースリリース配信シェアNo.1|PR TIMES.

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