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Global Forum on AI Network Society 2022
“Towards tomorrow living in harmony with AI”


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Date
Tuesday, March 1, 2022
13:00-18:00  *Online Streaming
Registration fee

Free

Organizer

Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications

Supporters

MM Research Institute, Nikkei Inc.

Inquiry

Secretariat of Global Forum on AI Network Society 2022

E-mail:aiforum2022@creative-net.co.jp

プログラム Program

13:00-13:05 Opening Remarks

KANEKO Yasushi
Minister for Internal Affairs and Communications

13:05-13:25 Keynote Lecture “How to Value Data in a World with AI”

Laura VELDKAMP
Cooperman Professor of Finance and Economics, Graduate School of Business,
Columbia University

13:25-14:05 Keynote Dialogue "The Industrial Revolution by AI and data"

Laura VELDKAMP
Cooperman Professor of Finance and Economics, Graduate School of Business,
Columbia University

IWATA Kazumasa
President,
Japan Center for Economic Research

14:05-15:25 Panel Discussion : Tomorrow's world spurred by data and AI

Moderator:
OHASHI Hiroshi
Professor of Economics and Dean, Graduate School of Public Policy,
The University of Tokyo

Panelists:
SHIMADA Taro
Executive Officer and Corporate Senior Vice President, Chief Digital Officer,
Toshiba Corporation

TAKI Toshio
Executive Director, Head of Sustainability and CoPA, Head of the Money Forward Fintech Institute,
Money Forward, Inc.

TAMAKI Emi
Professor, Computer Science and Intelligent Systems Program, Faculty of Engineering, University of the Ryukyus
CEO, H2L, Inc.

MUTO Shinsuke
President, Tetsuyu Institute Medical Corporation
Chairman, Integrity Healthcare

15:25-15:55 Special Lecture “AI, Globalisation and the Future of Work”

Richard BALDWIN
Professor of International Economics,
Graduate Institute, Geneva

Moderator:
SEKIGUCHI Waichi
President, MM Research Institute
Former Editorial Writer, Nikkei, Inc.

15:55-16:00 Break

16:00-16:15 Honor Lecture

SUDO Osamu
Professor, Faculty of Global Informatics, Chuo University
Director, ELSI Center, Chuo University
Project Professor, Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies, The University of Tokyo

16:15-16:35 Special Lecture “AI Ethics: Translating Principles into Governance and Regulation”

Francesca ROSSI
IBM Fellow and the IBM AI Ethics Global Leader,
IBM Corporation

16:35-17:55 Panel Discussion : Governance for the world living in harmony with AI

Moderator:
SUDO Osamu
Professor, Faculty of Global Informatics, Chuo University
Director, ELSI Center, Chuo University
Project Professor, Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies, The University of Tokyo

Panelists:
EMA Arisa
Associate Professor, Institute for Future Initiatives
The University of Tokyo

HIRANO Susumu
Professor and Dean, Faculty of Global Informatics,
Chuo University

FUKUDA Takeshi
Director of IBM Research – Tokyo, IBM Japan

MOCHIZUKI Yasunori
NEC Fellow, NEC Corporation

17:55-18:00 Closing remarks

NAKANISHI Yusuke
State Minister for Internal Affairs and Communications
*Honorifics and titles omitted.
*Please note that the program is subject to change without prior notification.

登壇者 Speakers

KANEKO Yasushi

Minister for Internal Affairs and Communications

NAKANISHI Yusuke

State Minister for Internal Affairs and Communications

Laura VELDKAMP

Cooperman Professor of Finance and Economics, Graduate School of Business,
Columbia University

Laura Veldkamp is a Professor of Finance at Columbia University's Graduate School of Business and is a former editor of the Journal of Economic Theory. Prof. Veldkamp earned a B.A in applied mathematics and economics from Northwestern University, and a Ph.D. in economic analysis and policy from Stanford Graduate School of Business. Prior to joining Columbia, she taught at NYU for 15 years. She is a faculty research fellow for the National Bureau of Economic Research and the Centre for Economic and Policy Research, and a frequent consultant for the New York and Minneapolis Federal Reserve Banks.
Prof. Veldkamp’s research focuses on how individuals, investors, and firms get their information, how that information affects the decisions they make, and how those decisions affect the macroeconomy and asset prices. Her recent work examines the data economy and the value of data as an asset.
She is also the author of the textbook, “Information Choice in Macroeconomics and Finance“ (Princeton University Press).

IWATA Kazumasa

President,
Japan Center for Economic Research

Graduated from the Department of Regional Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo in 1970; joined the Economic Planning Agency (which later became Cabinet Office); Department of Economics and Statistics, OECD (Paris) in 1976; became Professor of the Department of Advanced Social and International Studies, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo in 1996; Director General in charge of economic assessment and policy analysis at the Cabinet Office in 2001; named Deputy Governor, Bank of Japan in 2003; President, Economic and Social Research Institute, Cabinet Office in 2008; President, Japan Center for Economic Research, from 2010. Emeritus Professor, The University of Tokyo.
Specializes in Economics, International Finance, and Monetary Policy.
Recent publications are “Dilemma of Monetary Policy Normalization*” (Nikkei Publishing Inc., co-authored, 2018), and “2060 Digital & Global Economy*” (Nikkei Publishing Inc., co-authored, 2019), and “Achieving New Zero Economy by DX*” (Nikkei Publishing Inc., co-authored, 2021)
* all written in Japanese

OHASHI Hiroshi

Professor of Economics and Dean, Graduate School of Public Policy,
The University of Tokyo

Hiroshi Ohashi is Dean, Graduate School of Public Policy, and Professor of Economics at the University of Tokyo. His areas of research include industrial organization, competition policy, and science and technology policy. Prof. Ohashi previously taught as Assistant Professor at Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia, Canada. He has been a Chief Researcher at Competition Policy Research Center at Japan Fair Trade Commission, and a Faculty Fellow and Program Director at the Research Institute of Economy, Trade & Industry. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Northwestern University, and a M.A. and B.A. from the University of Tokyo.

SHIMADA Taro

Executive Officer and Corporate Senior Vice President, Chief Digital Officer,
Toshiba Corporation

Taro Shimada joined Toshiba in October 2018 as Corporate Digital Business Chief Strategy Officer. He serves as Chief Digital Officer, responsible for supporting Toshiba’s digital transformation and spearheading strategic business creation and promotion since April 2019. He was appointed CEO & Representative Director of Toshiba Data Corporation in February 2020 and President and CEO of Toshiba Digital Solutions Corporation in April 2020.
He has also contributed to the activities of Industrie 4.0 in Germany and Connected Industries in Japan.
Mr. Shimada began his career in1990 at ShinMaywa Industries Kobe, where he worked on aircraft for Boeing and McDonnell Douglas. In 1999 he joined Structural Dynamics Research Corporation, a part of Siemens, and took on a series of progressively senior post at Siemens KK, and at Siemens HQ in Germany. Immediately prior to joining Toshiba, Shimada was Executive Operating Officer at Siemens K.K. He has been a guest professor at Otemon Gakuin University in Osaka, Japan, since April 2020.

TAKI Toshio

Executive Director, Head of Sustainability and CoPA, Head of the Money Forward Fintech Institute,
Money Forward, Inc.

After graduating from the Keio University Faculty of Economics in 2004, Toshio Taki joined Nomura Securities Co., Ltd. At the Nomura Institute of Capital Markets Research, he engaged in research on household behavior, the pension system, and financial institution business models among other themes. After receiving his MBA from Stanford University and working in the planning division of Nomura Holdings, Inc., he joined in the launch of Money Forward, Inc., in 2012.
He is also Expert Advisor to Council for Promotion of Regulatory Reform Digital Working Group, Cabinet Office, Special Advisor for International Finance, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Advisory of Fintech Association of Japan, Representative Director of the Japan Association for Financial APIs, Director of Japan Financial Service Intermediary Business Association, Director of the MyDataJapan, Technical Committee member on Security of The Center for Financial Industry Information Systems, a member of the Dementia Innovation Alliance Public and Private Sector Working Group (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry), etc.

TAMAKI Emi

Professor, Computer Science and Intelligent Systems Program, Faculty of Engineering,
University of the Ryukyus
CEO, H2L, Inc.

Tamaki is engaged in research and business development based on BodySharing technology, which transmits body sensations between humans and computers. In 2011, she announced the development of PossessedHand, a device that enables the induction of human hand movements from a computer. This technology caused a stir among many researchers across different fields, was reported on by CNN and ABC, and was selected as one of “The 50 Best Inventions of 2011” by TIME Magazine. In 2021, Tamaki co-founded H2L, Inc. After serving as Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University, in April 2021, she was appointed to the position of Professor at the Faculty of Engineering, University of the Ryukyus. Tamaki also serves as a member of a panel on comprehensive strategy within the Cabinet Office’s Council for Science, Technology and Innovation. Since 2020, she has proposed several remote operation 5G BodySharing systems.

MUTO Shinsuke

President, Tetsuyu Institute Medical Corporation
Chairman, Integrity Healthcare

Dr. Muto graduated from the University of Tokyo of Medicine in 1996.Then he worked as a cardiologist at the University of Tokyo Hospital. After working at McKinsey's, he established "Tetsuyu Institute Medical Corporation", which delivers home medical care. In 2016, he became the Chairman of Integrity Healthcare, which provides telemedicine and disease management system throughout Japan.
He is a clinical professor at Tokyo Medical and Dental University, a visiting professor at Fujita Medical University and a director of the Japan Health Policy Organization. He received Innovator of the year in 2015, and the Takemi Encouragement Award in 2019.
Education: The University of Tokyo, MD and Ph. D. (1996, 2002), Waseda University, MBA (2009)
INSEAD, Global Executive MBA (2014), Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, MPH (2018), Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, MSc (2020)

Richard BALDWIN

Professor of International Economics,
Graduate Institute, Geneva

Richard Baldwin is Professor of International Economics at the Graduate Institute, Geneva, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the policy portal VoxEU.org. He regularly advises governments and international organisations on globalisation and trade policy issues.
He was President/Director of CEPR (2014-2018), and a visiting professor at Oxford (2012-2015), and MIT (2003). In terms of government service, he was a Senior Staff Economist for the President’s Council of Economic Advisors in the Bush Administration (1990-1991).
Baldwin is a member of the World Economic Forum (WEF) Stewardship Board on Trade and Investment Issues from 2016, having been a member of the WEF Global Agenda Council on Trade from 2009 to 2015. He is a member of the Academic Advisory Committee of Japan’s Research Institute of Economy Trade and Industry (RIETI) in Tokyo since 2011. He was Vice Chair of the Academic Advisory Committee of the Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE) in Washington (2008 - 2012), and an Elected Member on the Council of the European Economic Association, (1999-2004, 2006-2011).
His latest book, “The Globotics Upheaval: Globalization, Robotics and the Future of Work“, was published in February 2019, and translated into Japanese by Nikkei Publishing Inc.

SEKIGUCHI Waichi

President, MM Research Institute
Former Editorial Writer, Nikkei, Inc

Waichi Sekiguchi is president of MM research Institute, a Japanese research and consulting firm for information technology and he used to an editorial writer for Nikkei, the largest economic daily in the world. He joined Nikkei in 1982 and has been covering the IT industry and cyberspace issues for over 30 years. As a Washington correspondent during the Bush and Clinton Administrations in the early 90s, Sekiguchi covered US trade and government policies. He was a Fulbright fellow at the Center for International Affairs at Harvard University in the late 80s and was a chief writer for the English edition of the Nikkei.
Since 1998 Sekiguchi has been planning and organizing Nikkei's "Global Digital Summit" for 24 years. He served as a news commentator for an NHK World TV program "Nikkei Japan Report" in 2009-2012 and as a visiting professor at the University of Tokyo in 2015-2019 and Hosei University Business School in 2006-2021.
He graduated from Hitotsubashi University. He is currently a visiting professor at the Center for Global Communications (GLOCOM) at the International University of Japan.

SUDO Osamu

Professor, Faculty of Global Informatics, Chuo University
Director, ELSI Center, Chuo University
Project Professor, Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies, The University of Tokyo

Sudo Osamu graduated from Graduate School of Economics, The University of Tokyo, Ph.D. He had served as Professor at the University of Tokyo since April 1999 after completing his assignments as Associate Professor and serving in other capacities there. He also worked as The Dean of GSIII, Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies at the University of Tokyo (2012–2015) , the Director of the Center for Research and Development of Higher Education at the University of Tokyo (2016–March 2020). He has been Professor at Faculty of Global Informatics at Chuo University, and Specially Appointed Professor of GSIII at the University of Tokyo (2020–). He also has been Director of ELSI Center at Chuo University (2021–).
Public Posts: Chair of Council on AI Network Society, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (2016–Present), Chair of Council on the Human Centric AI Society, Cabinet Office (2018–Present),Japanese Member of the AI Group of experts, OECD (2018–2019),Japanese Member of High-level Conference on AI, UNESCO (2019).
Member of the OECD Network of AI Experts (ONE AI, 2020–), Member of the Ad Hoc Expert Group (AHEG) for the preparation of a draft text of a recommendation on the ethics of AI, UNESCO (2020), Member of WG: Responsible AI in Global Partnership on AI(GPAI, 2020–).
Other than decorating him with the aforementioned honors, in 2016, Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications bestowed upon him an award for his contribution to the world's first implementation of 4K high-definition test broadcasting.

Francesca ROSSI

IBM Fellow and the IBM AI Ethics Global Leader,
IBM Corporation

Dr.Francesca Rossi is an IBM fellow and the IBM AI Ethics Global Leader. She is an AI scientist with over 30 years of experience in AI research, from which she has published more than 200 articles in top AI journals and conferences. She co-leads the IBM AI ethics board and actively participates in many global multi-stakeholder initiatives on AI ethics. She is a member of the board of directors of the Partnership on AI and is the industry representative in the steering committee of the Global Partnership on AI. She is a fellow of both the worldwide association of AI (AAAI) and of the European one (EurAI), and she will be the next president of AAAI.

EMA Arisa

Associate Professor, Institute for Future Initiatives
The University of Tokyo

Arisa Ema is Associate Professor at the Institute for Future Initiatives, the University of Tokyo and Visiting Researcher at RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project in Japan. She is a researcher in Science and Technology Studies (STS), and her primary interest is to investigate the benefits and risks of artificial intelligence by organizing an interdisciplinary research group.

HIRANO Susumu

Professor and Dean, Faculty of Global Informatics,
Chuo University

Doctor (Pol’y Stud.) 2007, Chuo University (Tokyo, Japan); LL.M. 1990, Cornell University (Ithaca, New York); and LL.B. 1984, Chuo University (Tokyo, Japan). Admitted to New York State Bar in and after Apr. 1991. Susumu Hirano has been professor of law (tenured) since 2004 at Chuo University. He was the founder of the Faculty of Global Informatics and has been Dean thereof since its foundation in Apr. 2019. Before that he had been Dean, Graduate School of Policy Studies since 2013 till 2019. Before he became the tenured professor at Chuo University, he had been General Counsel, Legal Department, NTT DoCoMo, Inc. (Tokyo, Japan). He has been active in the field of ELSI of AI including, but not limited to: a member of AIGO (AI expert Group at OECD)(Paris, France); a member of Council for Social Principles of Human-centric AI, Cabinet Office, Government of Japan; and Chairperson, Committee on AI R&D Principles, Conference toward AI Network Society, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Japan (MIC).
He wrote, inter alia, ROBOT LAW (Kobundo, 2nd ed., 2019, in Japanese); AMERICAN CONTRACTS (Chuo Univ. Press, 2009, in Japanese); AMERICAN TORTS (Chuo Univ. Press, 2006, in Japanese); and ELECTRONIC COMMERCE AND CYBERLAW (NTT Press, 1999, in Japanese).

FUKUDA Takeshi

Director of IBM Research – Tokyo, IBM Japan

Dr. Takeshi Fukuda is Director of IBM Research - Tokyo. He started his career in IBM in 1991 after he earned B.E. and M.E in Electronic Engineering from Waseda University in 1989, and 1991. Between 1991 and 2004, he worked on various research projects including object-oriented database systems, data mining, machine learning, bioinformatics, and autonomic computing in IBM Research - Tokyo (formerly known as IBM Tokyo Research Laboratory or TRL.) From 2004, he moved to IBM Yamato Software Laboratory (YSL), a product development laboratory of IBM Software group and led product development teams in Information Management. In 2012, he was appointed as Director of Software Product Development, Tokyo Software Development Lab, in charge of all the product development in Japan. Since May 2015, he is responsible for IBM Research - Tokyo as a lab director.

MOCHIZUKI Yasunori

NEC Fellow, NEC Corporation

Yasunori Mochizuki is NEC Fellow at NEC Corporation since April 2019 and is focused on Digital Transformation and IoT eco-systems strategy for Smart Cities. Previously, he was Senior Vice President responsible for NEC’s company-wide technology strategy including R&D roadmap and open innovations. Yasunori Mochizuki is also active in global networks as well as policy proposal activities related to smart cities. He is Fellow at World Economic Forum’s Japan Center for the Forth Industrial Revolution, where he works for multi-stakeholder collaboration on technology governance as the secretariat for G20 Global Smart City Alliance, and also is a Board-of-Directors member of FIWARE Foundation, an open source ecosystem for smart cities and digital economy, he has been working as committee member of Council on Competitiveness-Nippon, Keidanren, Business-at-OECD and as the Chair for Technology Strategy Committee of Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association.
Yasunori Mochizuki has 30+ years of career as a research scientist and then as a general manager of research departments of NEC. He is Fellow of Japan Society of Applied Physics, Visiting Professor at Juntendo University, and is also Research Advisor to Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo. Yasunori Mochizuki received his PhD in Electronics Engineering from University of Tokyo.


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