Dr. Ichikawa is a visiting professor of Tama University and Tokyo City University. He received Doctor of Eng. degree in 1987 from the University of Tokyo. He joined in Hitachi, Ltd. in 1979 and was engaged in robotics and AI. Since 2013, He has been with International Standardization Office giving advice to standardization activities throughout Hitachi group. His international activities include the chair of ISO TC 268/SC1 (Smart Community Infrastructures), and former chairman of IEC TC111 (Environmental Standardisation), Member of IEC Advisory Committee for Environmental Aspects, He received Thomas Edison Award in 2016 from IEC for his long-term chairmanship.
The power to discipline people's decisions has been shifting from law to code in a society where cyber-space and physical-space are highly integrated ("Society 5.0"). How should laws deal with code in a way that they promote innovation as well as ensure trust in the society? This question is one of the key issues raised in G20 and OECD. In this workshop, leading experts from business, audit, law, government and academia will discuss diversified perspectives on the new governance model for Society 5.0.
2-4-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Marunouchi Building, 8F Workshop
September 05, 2019 at 04:00PM - 06:00PM