- Dr. Makoto Gonokami
- The University of Tokyo
- 30th President of the University of Tokyo BSc, Faculty of Science, University of Tokyo, 1980. MSc, Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science, University of Tokyo, 1982. PhD, Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science, University of Tokyo, 1985. Specialism in optical quantum physics. Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, University of Tokyo, 1998. Professor, Graduate School of Science, University of Tokyo, 2010. University of Tokyo Vice President, 2012. Dean, Graduate School of Science, University of Tokyo, 2014. President, University of Tokyo, April 2015.
Committee memberships include the Science Council of Japan, Council on Investments for the Future, Council for Science and Technology, Industrial Structure Council, and the Intellectual Property Strategy Headquarters. Books in Japanese include Driving Innovation in Society: The University of Tokyo's Vision 2020 (University of Tokyo Press) and Map of the Future University: Creating a Knowledge-Intensive Society (Chikuma Shinsho).
- Mr. Richard Samans
- Managing Director, Head of Policy and Institutional Impact
- World Economic Forum
- Mr Richard Samans, Managing Director and Member of the Managing Board of the World Economic Forum, responsible for Policy and Institutional Impact. Mr Samans also co-leads the Forum's Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution headquartered in San Francisco. He served as Director-General of the Global Green Growth Institute from 2011 to 2013. He was Special Assistant for International Economic Policy to US President Bill Clinton and Senior Director for International Economic Affairs in the National Security Council as well as Economic Policy Advisor to US Senate Democratic Leader Thomas A. Daschle, among other positions in government, the private sector and think tanks. Since 2007, he has been Chairman of the Climate Disclosure Standards Board.
パネルセッション1 "Society 5.0 for SDGs"
- 三友 仁志
- Dean and Professor
Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University
- 早稲田大学国際学術院大学院アジア太平洋研究科長・教授、早稲田大学アジア太平洋研究センター所長。公益財団法人情報通信学会前会長、早稲田大学デジタル・ソサエティ研究所長。International Telecommunications Society（ITS）副会長、総務省情報通信行政・郵政行政審議会委員、情報通審議会専門委員。内閣官房IT総合戦略本部新戦略推進専門調査会新産業分科会構成員。総務省各種委員会座長・メンバーを務める。
神奈川県生まれ。筑波大学大学院環境科学研究科修了、筑波大学大学院社会工学研究科博士課程単位修得。博士（工学）。専修大学商学部助教授、教授を経て、2000年4月早稲田大学国際情報通信研究センター教授。2002年4月早稲田大学大学院国際情報通信研究科教授、2007年Stockholm School of Economics客員教授。2018年Aalto University客員教授。第62回「電波の日」総務大臣表彰、平成21年度情報通信月間 情報通信月間推進協議会会長表彰。
- Dr. Mary Hallward-Driemeier
- Senior Economic Adviser
- Mary Hallward-Driemeier is the Senior Economic Adviser in the Finance, Competitiveness & Innovation Global Practice at the World Bank, overseeing its analytical agenda. A Canadian national, she joined the World Bank in 1997 as a Young Professional. She has published widely on entrepreneurship, firm productivity and firm dynamics, the impact of financial crises, and women's economic empowerment. Her current research is looking at how automation and digital technology are contributing to economic transformation, productivity and job dynamics. She has served as an advisor to the Chief Economist of the World Bank, a co-manager of the Jobs Group, the Deputy Director for the "World Development Report 2005: A Better Investment Climate for Everyone" and is a founding member of the Microeconomics of Growth Network. Her latest book is "Trouble in the Making? The Future of Manufacturing-Led Development". Mary received her M.Sc. in Development Economics from Oxford University where she was a Rhodes Scholar, and her Ph.D. in Economics from M.I.T.
- 梶浦 敏範
経団連では政策提言に関わり、小泉・麻生両内閣の「IT戦略」策定に協力した。現在はインターネット経済やサイバーセキュリティ分野での提言とりまとめを行っている。日米インターネット経済政策対話や日欧ICTワークショップには2012年以降常に参加。例えば2014年には日米民間企業合同の声明「A Call to Facilitate the Greater Flow and Utilization of Global Data」の日本側とりまとめを担当。
2017年には「Japan Cyber-security Innovation Committee」という新しいシンクタンク立ち上げに関わり、代表理事に就任。
- Mr. Masanori Kondo
- Deputy Secretary General
- Masanori Kondo is the Deputy Secretary General of the Asia-Pacific Telecommunity (APT) since February 2015 when he was elected for the post (now it is his second term since 2018). APT is an inter-governmental organization in the Asia-Pacific region focusing on ICT issues, which discuss policy/regulatory issues and consolidates regional voice and supports member countries' ICT development. Before he joined to APT, he had been working at Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC), Japan for about 25 years and built his career as a policy maker in the field of information and communication technology (ICT) and postal services. He holds MSc. in Economics from the London School of Economics (LSE). He also has academic career and served as a visiting scholar in several universities in Japan and U.S.A including Keio University (2013) and Harvard University (Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, 2004-2005). He is an author and/or a co-author of several published papers and books.
- Mr. Stefan Schnorr
- Director General for Digital and Innovation Politics
Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Germany
- Stefan Schnorr heads the Department of Digital and Innovation Politics at the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy since 2014. Previously, he was head of the political planning after several functions in other departments of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs.
Mr. Lacina Kone はご都合によりご欠席となりました。
パネルセッション2 "Data Free Flow with Trust"
- 若林 恵
- Kei Wakabayashi spent his childhood in London and New York. After majoring in French Literature at Waseda University, he started his publishing career at Heibonsha and was in charge of 'Taiyo', the legendary Japanese cultural magazine.In 2000, he became a freelance editor and produced numerous publications from magazines, books, to exhibition catalogues in a broad range of fields. He was appointed Editor-in-Chief of Wired Japan in 2012, and left the publication in 2017. He is also a music journalist and is Founder of the publishing company, blkswn publishers.
- 安宅 和人
- データサイエンティスト協会理事。東京大学大学院生物化学専攻にて修士課程終了後、マッキンゼー入社。4年半の勤務後、イェール大学脳神経科学プログラムに入学。2001年春、学位取得（Ph.D.）。ポスドクを経て2001年末マッキンゼー復帰に伴い帰国。マーケティング研究グループのアジア太平洋地域中心メンバーの一人として幅広い商品・事業開発、ブランド再生に関わる。2008年よりヤフー。2012年7月よりCSO（現兼務）。全社横断的な戦略課題の解決、事業開発に加え、途中データ及び研究開発部門も統括。2016年春より慶応義塾大学SFCにてデータドリブン時代の基礎教養について教える。2018年9月より現職。内閣府 人間中心のAI社会原則検討会議 構成員、官民研究開発投資拡大プログラム（PRISM）運営委員、経団連 未来社会協創TF委員なども務める。著書に『イシューからはじめよ』（英治出版、2010）
- 増島 雅和
- Mori Hamada & Matsumoto
- Masakazu (Masa) Masujima is a partner at Mori Hamada & Matsumoto.
Masa represents various financial institutions through fund creation, private equity financing and acquisition financing as well as variety of M&A transactions involving financial institutions. In addition, Masa represents venture capital firms and help them form partnership funds and undertake venture financing. He also served at Financial Services Agency of Japan from 2010 to 2012 as legal and compliance group head of Insurance Business Division and deputy director at Banks Division I.
Before joining FSA, He worked at Silicon Valley law firm of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati in 2006 and 2007.
He is currently an outside professional advisor to the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and a member of government's various committees, including the Regulatory Sandbox Committee, the Sharing Economy Strategic Committee and the AI Inclusion Strategic Committee.
His recent publications include "Development of Japan's Sharing Economy Rule-making" (Daiichi Legal, 2019) and "Erosion of Legal System through Crypto-assets" (Keio University Press, 2019) Masa is admitted to the Bar in Japan and State Bar of New York. He holds LL.M in Columbia Law School and LL.B in University of Tokyo.
- Mr. Ben Flatgard
- Executive Director
- JPMorgan Chase & Co.
- Ben Flatgard is an Executive Director with JPMorgan Chase & Co. He leads public policy development and advocacy, as well as partnership initiatives, to improve the cybersecurity of the firm, its customers and clients, and the broader digital ecosystem.
Ben previously served in the Obama Administration from 2009-2017. In his most recent post as Director for Cybersecurity Policy on the National Security Council, Ben was responsible for leading cybersecurity policy development related to protection of critical infrastructure and emerging technologies. Before joining the National Security Council, Ben served as Senior Advisor to the Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Financial Institutions. Prior to his time at Treasury, Ben held positions at the Department of Commerce and the White House.
Ben graduated from the University of Edinburgh. He holds fellowships at the Atlantic Council in Washington, DC, and at the University of Sydney.
パネルセッション3 "Human-centric AI"
- 須藤 修
- 須藤 修（すどう おさむ）
Member of AI expert Group at the OECD (AIGO)（2018-）
・Osamu Sudoh ed., Digital Economy and Social Design, Springer-Verlag
・Osamu Sudoh Chief-in-Editor, Springer Briefs for Data Scientists and Innovators, Springer Nature (to appear)
- Mr. Moez Chakchouk
- Assistant Director-General for Communication and Information Sector
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
- Moez Chakchouk has served as UNESCO's Assistant Director-General for Communication and Information since May 2018, where he is responsible for the Organization's programmes on fostering freedom of expression and building inclusive knowledge societies.
From 2015 to 2018, Mr Chakchouk was Chairman and CEO of the Tunisian Post, a leading institution for social and financial inclusion in Tunisia. In February 2011, after the Tunisian revolution, Moez was appointed Chairman and CEO of ATI (the former Tunisian Internet Agency), the leading internet operator in Tunisia since 1996. In 2015, he served as a member of the Global Commission on Internet Governance. He obtained an MS in Telecommunications and a PhD in telecommunications and applied mathematics in 2009 from Paris Descartes University, France.
Moez is a strong defender of human rights online and offline, has led technology transformations in his country and beyond, and participated in numerous international forums and conferences.
- Esq. Lyne Jacques
- Chief Revenue Officer
Mnubo, AI- IoT
- Lawyer specialized in Corporate Law, Lyne Jacques is the Chief Revenue Officer of Mnubo, a Canadian AI and IoT company that is one of the leaders of the Montreal AI community. Mnubo is a strong supporter of a Human Centric approach when positioning AI solutions to its customers globally. Mnubo has been successful in the US and especially in Japan where enterprises have shown a clear interest in doing AI business differently.
She is a proven business leader with a passion for building customer-centric teams that capitalize in hyper-growth tech sectors. As the CRO at Mnubo, she works jointly with global companies to build digital transformation strategies to help them realize the power of AI and IoT solutions.
Prior to Mnubo, Lyne was the VP of Global Sales at iBwave, a division of Corning, where she spearheaded the sales teams across five continents. Anchored around a customer-first strategy, she delivered significant growth to iBwave, successfully serving 1,000 customers across 100 countries, achieving the strongest revenue in its history. In the past, for Bell Canada, Lyne managed markets globally across diverse verticals including retail, manufacturing, smart cities and IT services.
A proud mother of 2 daughters, she spends her free time doing charitable work for the Board of Directors of the YWCA and the Mental Illness Foundation.
- Mr. Ted Osius
- Vice President, Government Affairs and Public Policy, APAC
- Former Ambassador Ted Osius joined Google in February 2019 as Vice President for Government Affairs and Public Policy for the Asia Pacific. He brings 30 years of government and private sector experience to the company.
Currently a senior advisor at the Albright-Stonebridge Group, Mr. Osius served as U.S. ambassador to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam from 2014 to 2017. Leading a team of 900, Ambassador Osius devised and implemented strategies to deepen economic, cultural and security ties between the two countries.
Earlier, Ambassador Osius was associate professor at the National War College and Senior Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. He served as Deputy Chief of Mission in Jakarta, Indonesia, and Political Minister-Counselor in New Delhi, India. Osius also served as deputy director of the Office of Korean Affairs at the State Department, regional environment officer for Southeast Asia and the Pacific, and senior advisor on Asia and trade to Vice President Al Gore.
Ambassador Osius earned a Bachelor's degree from Harvard University, a Master's degree from Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies, and an Honorary Doctorate from Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology and Education.
Ambassador Osius loves travel, biking, sailing, theater, and photography. He is married to Clayton Alan Bond; the couple has a three-year-old daughter and five-year-old son.
- Mr. Andrew W. Wyckoff
- Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation
- Andrew W. Wyckoff is the Director of the OECD's Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) where he oversees OECD's work on innovation, business dynamics, science and technology, information and communication technology policy as well as the statistical work associated with each of these areas. His experience prior to the OECD includes positions at the US Congressional Office of Technology Assessment (OTA), the US National Science Foundation (NSF) and The Brookings Institution.
He has served as an expert on various advisory groups and panels which include joining the Global Board of Trustees of Digital Future Society (DFS), being a member of the Research Advisory Network for the Global Commission on Internet Governance, the International Advisory Board of the Research Council of Norway and Head of OECD's Delegation at the G20 and G7 meetings on ICT and Digital Economy.
- Dr. Virgilio Almeida
- Federal University of Minas Gerais and Berkman Klein Center at Harvard University
- Virgilio Almeida is an emeritus professor of Computer Science at the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG). He is also Faculty Associate at the Berkman Klein Center at Harvard University. Virgilio received his PhD degree in Computer Science at Vanderbilt University, a Master's degree in computer science at PUC-Rio and a bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering from UFMG. He held visiting positions in several universities and research labs, such as Harvard University (School of Engineering and Applied Sciences), New York University, Boston University, Santa Fe Institute and HP Research Labs.
Virgilio was the National Secretary for Information Technology Policies of the Brazilian government from 2011 to 2015. He was the chair of the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee (CGI.br <http://CGI.br>) from 2011-2016. He was also the chair of NETmundial, the Global Multi-stakeholder Conference on the Future of Internet Governance, that was held in Sao Paulo in 2014. Virgilio is currently one of the commissioners of the Global Commission on Stability of Cyberspace (cyberstability.org <http://cyberstability.org>). Virgilio is member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences (ABC) and the World Academy of Sciences (TWAS).