Csak discusses joint research, student exchange on sidelines of Japan conference
Talks focused on “strengthening our joint research and student exchange programmes,” Csak told MTI by phone from Kyoto. “On the horizon are encouraging joint projects,” he said, adding that Hungary must look beyond the borders of Europe and open up to the East in science and higher education, too.
Speaking about the conference, he said unprecedented challenges included Covid, AI, GMOs and the water crisis, and it was vitally important for future generations to be in a position to take responsible decisions.
The conference was opened by Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kisida.
In his speech, Csak said the economic and intellectual freedom of movement of individual countries could be expanded through research, and the focus should fall on products supported by AI.