How to Build a Data Ecosystem

“In Search of a Scheme to Use and Protect Our Data”

THE NEW CONTEXT CONFERENCE 2019 TOKYOTHE NEW CONTEXT CONFERENCE 2019 TOKYO

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About

Cutting Edge Internet Technology
and its Emerging Businesses

THE NEW CONTEXT CONFERENCE, an annual conference hosted by Digital Garage co-founder and Director of MIT Media Lab, Joi Ito, will be held this year on June 24 in Tokyo, Japan. Held since 2005 the conference is aimed at those interested Internet Technology and the businesses which emerges from it. Since 2011, the conference has been held annually in both Tokyo and San Francisco, Digital Garage’s US branch. Marking its nineteenth edition, DG Lab (open innovation R&D organization) will cover the trending theme: How to Build a Data Ecosystem. Globally acclaimed leading researchers, entrepreneurs, and experts of the field will come together to discuss and debate on the data ecosystem.

Date
June 24 (Monday), 2019,
9:30 a.m. (Doors Open at 9:00 a.m.)
Co-host
Digital Garage, Inc.; Kakaku.com, Inc.;
Credit Saison Co., Ltd.; KDDI CORPORATION
Venue
Roppongi Academyhills,
Roppongi Hills Mori Tower 49F
Theme
How to Build a Data Ecosystem
“In Search of a Scheme to Use and Protect Our Data”

It is said that in year 2025, total data volume in the world exceeds 160 trillion GB. The volume of personal data will explode as web services, mobile apps and IoT devices become widely used. Discussions cover issues including: ownership of consumer generated data; corporate data utilization with personal privacy protection, also how technology and rules should be applied to provide good services; GDPR enforced in EU, uniquely evolving Chinese ecosystem, Japanese market actualizing the information bank framework; and how the data ecosystem should be formed.

Co-host

  • Digital Garage
  • kakaku.com
  • SAISON CARD
  • KDDI

Co-sponsors

  • 大和証券グループ本社
  • TIS
  • りそな銀行

Media Sponsors

  • Forbes JAPAN

Time Table

  • 9:30-9:35
  • Main Hall
  • 9:30-9:35
  • Library Cafe

Greetings

Kaoru Hayashi

Kaoru Hayashi
Representative Director, President Executive Officer and Group CEO, Digital Garage, Inc.

  • 9:30-9:35
  • Library Cafe

Live Streaming

Live streaming of Main Hall contents is available

  • 9:35-9:45
  • Main Hall
  • 9:35-9:45
  • Library Cafe

Opening Remarks

Joichi Ito

Joichi Ito
Director and Co-Founder, Digital Garage, Inc./Director, MIT Media Lab

  • 9:35-9:45
  • Library Cafe

Live Streaming

Live streaming of Main Hall contents is available

  • 9:45-10:10
  • Main Hall
  • 9:45-10:10
  • Library Cafe

Keynote

Reflections on the surveillance society
Can we resist it? Do we want to resist it?

Lawrence Lessig

Lawrence Lessig
The Roy L. Furman Professor of Law and Leadership, Harvard Law School

  • 9:45-10:10
  • Library Cafe

Live Streaming

Live streaming of Main Hall contents is available

  • 10:10-10:40
  • Main Hall
  • 10:10-10:40
  • Library Cafe

Fireside Chats

Joichi Ito

Joichi Ito

Lawrence Lessig

Lawrence Lessig

Jun Murai

Jun Murai

  • 10:10-10:40
  • Library Cafe

Live Streaming

Live streaming of Main Hall contents is available

10:40-10:50

Break

Session 1Main Hall

Current Status and Issues of Data Management

Currently, data management standard is different based on regulations in Japan, the U.S., Europe, and China: Japan, which promotes information banking; the United States, where large IT companies hold data; the European Union, where GDPR came into effect; China, where proprietary credit systems are prevalent. In this session we will call on experts to understand the current situation and issues in each administrative area.

Session 1Library Cafe

Utilizing Data for Businesses

Companies are accumulating data day to day around user behavior and purchasing history. Despite their growing demand, it is not easy to utilize such data for service development and improvement. In this session case studies from companies will be introduced.

  • 10:50-11:05
  • Main Hall
  • 10:50-11:10
  • Library Cafe

Talk

Stephanie Nguyen

Stephanie Nguyen
Designer and Researcher, MIT Media Lab

  • 10:50-11:10
  • Library Cafe

To be announced

  • 11:05-11:20
  • Main Hall
  • 11:10-11:30
  • Library Cafe

Talk

How to utilize user-centered personal data?
The topic over the Information bank, PDS and data transaction market and the role of government

Kohei Yoshida

Kohei Yoshida
Director, National Strategy Office of Information and Communications Technology(ICT), Cabinet Secretariat

  • 11:10-11:30
  • Library Cafe

Talk

AI goes from “make” to “use”.
Change in marketing by data and AI.

Ryuji Noguchi

Ryuji Noguchi
ZOZO Technologies, Inc. VP of AI driven business, Innovation Initiative Director
aratana inc. Board Director

  • 11:20-11:35
  • Main Hall
  • 11:30-11:50
  • Library Cafe

Talk

Data and Currency
European Self-Sovereign Economy after GDPR

Mitsuhiro Takemura

Mitsuhiro Takemura
Founder of Takemura-Juku

  • 11:30-11:50
  • Library Cafe

Talk

Moriu Ishikawa

Moriu Ishikawa
Dinos Cecile Co., Ltd. C.E.C.O.

  • 11:35-11:50
  • Main Hall
  • 11:50-12:25
  • Library Cafe

Talk

DX (Digital Transformation) of Governance and Surveillance Society
Decode the Chinese Social Credit System

Kota Takeguchi

Kota Takeguchi
Journalist

  • 11:50-12:25
  • Library Cafe

To be announced

  • 11:50-12:30
  • Main Hall

Panel Discussion

Stephanie Nguyen

Stephanie Nguyen

Kohei Yoshida

Kohei Yoshida

Mitsuhiro Takemura

Mitsuhiro Takemura

Kota Takaguchi

Kota Takaguchi

Sputniko!

Sputniko!(Moderator)

12:30-13:30

Lunch

Session 2Main Hall

Model for data ecosystem construction

How the data ecosystem model should be? Is the user-centric model of managing data adequate rather than de facto standard of platformers managing it? In this session we learn the ideal data ecosystem models from experts working to educate and disseminate them to society.

Session 2Library Cafe

Data Utilization as a Platformer

Platformers diversify their business and collect data from multiple aspects. By correlatively analyze such data, companies can generate new values. In this session approaches to develop data business strategy and value generation are discussed.

  • 13:30-13:50
  • Main Hall
  • 13:30-13:50
  • Library Cafe

Talk

MyData: A Model for Human-Centric Personal Data

Viivi Lähteenoja

Viivi Lähteenoja
Head of Programmes, MyData Global

  • 13:30-13:50
  • Library Cafe

Talk

Yuichi Arizono

Yuichi Arizono
Visiting Executive Consultant, Dentsu Digital, Inc.
CEO, zonari LLC.

  • 13:50-14:10
  • Main Hall
  • 13:50-14:10
  • Library Cafe

Talk

The search for anonymous data
Balancing privacy and utility in the modern age

Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye

Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye
Assistant Professor at Imperial College London

  • 13:50-14:10
  • Library Cafe

To be announced

  • 14:10-14:30
  • Main Hall
  • 14:10-14:30
  • Library Cafe

Talk

Paradigm shift of utilizing personal data

Yuichi Ota

Yuichi Ota
Founder CEO, DataSign Inc.

  • 14:10-14:30
  • Library Cafe

Talk

Hirokazu Muta

Hirokazu Muta
Manager, Data Science Team, LINE Corporation

  • 14:30-15:00
  • Main Hall
  • 14:30-14:55
  • Library Cafe

Panel Discussion

Viivi Lähteenoja

Viivi Lähteenoja

Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye

Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye

Yuichi Ota

Yuichi Ota

Catharina Maracke

Catharina Maracke(Moderator)

  • 14:30-14:55
  • Library Cafe

To be announced

15:00-15:15

Break

Session 3Main Hall

Technologies and Solutions for Personal Data Utilization

What is the technological foundation of the data ecosystem? What are the feasible solutions? In this session we seek the ideal data ecosystem through understanding instances of personal data utilization.

Session 3Library Cafe

Automotive Industry and Its Data Use

Automotive industry is the industry with high expectation of data utilization. Use cases includes: development of marketing strategy for potential customers; integration of sensor data for self-driving technology; development of MaaS solutions. While technological and business innovation in automotive industry is highly anticipated, we ask straight to insiders their thoughts on data utilization.

  • 15:15-15:35
  • Main Hall
  • 15:15-15:35
  • Library Cafe

Talk

Can Blockchain Finally Give us The Digital Privacy We Deserve

Heather C. Dahl

Heather C. Dahl
Executive Director & CEO, The Sovrin Foundation

  • 15:15-15:35
  • Library Cafe

Talk

To satisfy safety, sense of relief, quality, environmental standards and security.

Kyoka Nakagawa
Honda R&D Co., Ltd. Digital Solution Center Chief Engineer

  • 15:35-15:55
  • Main Hall
  • 15:35-15:55
  • Library Cafe

Talk

Tarvo Kärgenberg

Tarvo Kärgenberg
Cybernetica

  • 15:35-15:55
  • Library Cafe

Talk

Hideki Ogawa

Hideki Ogawa
Data Scientist, SUBARU CORPORATION

  • 15:55-16:25
  • Main Hall
  • 15:55-16:20
  • Library Cafe

Panel Discussion

Heather C. Dahl

Heather C. Dahl

Tarvo Kärgenberg

Tarvo Kärgenberg

Joichi Ito

Joichi Ito(Moderator)

  • 15:55-16:20
  • Library Cafe

To be announced

16:25-16:40

Break

Session 4Main Hall

Future Life with the Data Ecosystem

What is the future of the user-centric data management? In this session we ask thought leaders in the advertising and healthcare industries how convenient the life would be in the society where individuals manage and utilize their own data.

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  • 16:40-17:00
  • Main Hall

Talk

Rei Inamoto

Rei Inamoto
Founding Partner, Inamoto & Co

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  • 17:00-17:20
  • Main Hall

Talk

Takeru Hiki

Takeru Hiki
CEO, Welby

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  • 17:20-17:55
  • Main Hall

Panel Discussion

Stephanie Nguyen

Stephanie Nguyen

Joichi Ito

Joichi Ito

Takeru Hiki

Takeru Hiki

Naomasa Shibuya

Naomasa Shibuya(Moderator)

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  • 17:55-18:15
  • Main Hall

Wrap up

Joichi Ito

Joichi Ito

Rei Inamoto

Rei Inamoto

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18:30-

Reception Party

Floor Map

  • Main Hall
  • Library Cafe / Reception Party Hall
  • Reception Desk
  • Restroom
  • Elevator

Access

Roppongi Academy Hills

  • 6-10-1, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo Roppongi Hills Mori Tower 49F
  • Zero-minute walk from Exit 1C of Roppongi Station on the Hibiya Line
  • Four-minute walk from Exit 3 of Roppongi Station on the Oedo Line
  • Ten-minute walk from Exit 5 of Nogizaka Station on th Chiyoda Line

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