2018 Appointed as the Japan-China Friendship Youth Ambassador; appearance on the Chinese TV program The Brain (Jiangsu Television) as a representative of Japan; top-five contestant in the Japanese TV program Zunou-ou (NTV), a consecutive achievement from the previous show in 2016
2017 Visited 11 countries in one year for study visits on intellectual property strategies etc.
2016 Accepted as one of the first set of students to enter the Faculty of Law, University of Tokyo through an entrance exam by commendation; recipient of the Tokyo Metropolitan Governor’s Award for her outstanding academic performance upon graduating from high school
2014-2016 No. 1 in nationwide university entrance mock exams with a T-score as high as 95.6
2013 In her third year of junior high school, Shiori started to study about false conviction cases caused by the Japanese judicial system by comparing cases in other countries.
“Lawyers will be replaced by AI”
Upon reading such an article, I became interested in the introduction of AI to the legal world. I would like to develop novel technologies for the court with the use of big data containing data set on law interpretation and precedents. I would like to do this in China, where rapid development is taking place.
Many geniuses from scientific fields gather at this foundation. To validate the impacts and effects laws and regulations will have on new phenomena that will be caused by state-of-art technologies, I would like to create collaborative efforts between my expertise in human arts and law with the scientific talents of others.