Japan, US, Korea and the EU: A Common Global ICT Agenda?

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基調講演者| Keynote Speakers
登壇者| Expert Panel
アジェンダ  | Agenda

会場住所:  慶應義塾大学三田キャンパス東館6F G-SEC Lab カンファレンスルーム
開催日時:  2014年11月18日(火曜日) 18時30分〜20時30分
主催:  慶應義塾大学国際インターネット対策研究会、SFC研究所インターネットと社会・ラボ
Location: Keio Mita Campus, East Bldg. 6th Floor, G-Sec Conference Room
Time: November 18, 2014 (Tuesday) 18:30 PM to 20:30 PM

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これまで、日米韓とEUはICT革新の原動力となり、経済・社会はもちろんのこと政治にまで大きな変革をもたらしてきました。Cloud Computing, Big Data, Internet of Things 等の出現で、この変革のペースはさらに加速しようとしています。



そこでKICISは今回韓国政府の未来創造科学部局長を務めるSeong Ju Kang氏と、American University の客員教授であるJames Miller氏を迎え、釜山で行われたITU全権委員会議の内容とグローバルICTアジェンダの共有に取り組む国同士の緊密な連携の必要性について基調講演をいただきます。

講演後は専門家によるパネルディスカッションを行い、Miller教授の講演に基づくコメントや各専門家の見解を聞く機会を設けました。このパネルには横森祐紀(総務省)、Catharina Maracke (慶應大学)、杉原佳尭(ACCJ)、梶浦敏範(経団連)の各氏の登壇を予定しています.


Japan, the US, Korea and the EU have been countries driving the revolution in the ICT field that is transforming our economies, societies and even our politics. The emergence of cloud computing, Big Data and the Internet of Things promise to accelerate the pace of these changes even further.

With the emergence of new technologies have come new challenges and threats in areas such as privacy, cybersecurity, the protection of online content, and competition policy. Further complicating the picture has been controversy over the role of national governments and international organizations in managing the complexities inherent in Internet Governance. Demands to cede a greater role in the process to stakeholders outside of government, including business, civil society, and the academic community pose new challenges to sustaining the evolving Internet Economy.

Japan, Korea, the US and the EU were leaders in the deployment of new ICT technologies, reaping unprecedented growth and innovation in their economies. In recent years, their management and promotion of these technologies and the issues associated with them has diverged to some extent. Countries elsewhere are emerging to challenge their position as global ICT leaders and questioning the values guiding their policies.

KICIS is pleased to welcome two very distinguished keynote speakers: Director General Seong Ju Kang, Director General, Ministry of Science and Technology, ICT, and Future Planning from Korea and American University Adjunct Professor James Miller from the United States. They will speak on the results from the ITU Plenipotentiary Meeting in Busan and need for closer collaboration among like-minded nations in developing a common global ICT Agenda.

KICIS is also organizing an expert panel to comment on the keynote presentations and to offer their own views. Members include: Yuki Yokomori (MIC), Professor Catharina Maracke (Keio University), Yoshitaka Sugihara (ACCJ) and Toshinori Kajiura (Keidanren).


基調講演者 | Keynote Speakers

James Miller | American University | Adjunct Professor


James Miller is a Senior Attorney Advisor in the Office of Engineering and Technology at the Federal Communications Commission, Adjunct Professor of Law at the American University, Washington College of Law, an Affiliated Research Fellow of the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information at the Columbia Business School and past 2004-2006 Mansfield Fellow.

At the FCC, Mr. Miller focuses on regulatory and policy matters related to spectrum and Internet technology. As Adjunct Professor of Law at the American University, Washington College of Law he teaches U.S.-Japan Comparative Law and develops programs focused on East-Asia and technology. As a Mansfield Fellow, Mr. Miller explored Japanese regulatory policies for broadband technology and the information society, particularly focusing on legal and regulatory reforms and spectrum policy, in the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Radio Policy Bureau (MIC), Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), Office of Senior-Vice Minister Yoshitaka SAKURADA, and the Tokyo District and High Court’s Administrative Litigation and Intellectual Property Sections.

He is a cum laude graduate of the Washington College of Law, American University, and holds a bachelors degree in Economics and East-Asian studies (honors) from the University of Kansas.


登壇者 | Expert Panel

横森 裕紀 | 課長補佐 | 総務省情報通信国際戦略局国際経済課
Yuki Yokomori | Deputy Minister | Ministry of Internal Affairs & Communications, International Policy Strategy Planning Division


Yuki Yokomori is Deputy Minister of Ministry of Internal Affairs & Communications, International Policy Strategy Planning Division. He has served in various positions including MIC’s Consumer Affairs division and MOFA’s International Cooperation division. He has studied at the University of Pennsylvania and the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).

梶浦 敏範 | 経団連 | 委員会主査・日米クラウド民間作業部会日本
Toshinori Kajiura | Chair | Keidanren – Committee on Internet Economy Industry


Toshinori Kajiura is Senior Researcher at Hitachi – Information & Communications Systems. He is also Chair of the Japan Committee on the Internet Economy Industry Forum at the Japanese Business Federation (Keidanren). Mr. Kajiura is a visiting professor at Tsukuba University and serves as an expert on various working groups within METI, MIC, and Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, & Transportation.

Catharina Maracke | Keio University | Associate Professor – Graduate School of Media & Governance

1537584663_e60874cb04慶應義塾大学大学院政策・メディア研究科特任准教授。ドイツのキール大学を卒業、同時に第一次、第二次国家試験に合格。マックス・プランク知的財産研究所奨学生。クリエイティブコモンズインターナショナルの理事として、International License Porting Projectsを監督する。その他にもiCommonsとOpenCourseWare Consortiumの委員、ドイツ国弁護士を務める。専門領域は、著作権における法律と政策、法律とニューメディアの関係、インターネット政策の策定における大学の役割。

Dr. Catharina Maracke is an associate professor at the Graduate School for Media and Governance, Shonan Fujisawa Campus, at Keio University. Her current work and research interests include copyright law and policy, the interaction between law and new media, and the role of Universities in the development of Internet policies. Dr. Maracke graduated from the University of Kiel and the Hamburg Court of Appeal, Germany, with the first and second state examination. While studying, she obtained a scholarship from the Max-Planck-Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition and Tax Law in Munich to write her Ph.D dissertation on the history of the German Copyright Act of 1965.

As International Director at Creative Commons she has overseen the international license porting projects for more than 3 years. Dr. Maracke has served as a board member for iCommons and the OpenCourseWare Consortium. She is admitted to the bar in Germany.

杉原 佳尭 | インテル Japan | 渉外統括本部渉外兼政府渉外部長
Yoshitaka Sugihara | Intel Japan | Corporate and Government Affairs Manager

インテルJapan株式会社法務・渉外統括本部渉外兼政府渉外部長、在日米国商工会議所 理事、在日米国商工会議所Internet Economy Task Force委員長、地域情報化推進機構理事長。1988年に同志社大学法学部政治学科を卒業後、1991年にペンシルバニア大学大学院行政管理学科の修士号を取得。1994年からロンドン・スクール・オブ・エコノミクスのヨーロッパ研究所に研究員として所属し、1995年に同大学院の修士号を取得。専門領域は、IT・情報通信政策、国際経済、競争政策、地方自治。

Yoshitaka Sugihara is Manager of Corporate and Government Affairs at Intel Japan. He serves as a Governor of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan, and Chair of the Internet Economy Task Force. He studied Political Science at Doshisha University before attending the University of Pennsylvania. In 1994 he served as a researcher at the London School of Economics. He specializes in Information Communications, International Relations, and International Economics.


18:30                歓迎のご挨拶 (フォスター・ジム、慶應義塾大学)|  Welcoming Remarks (Jim Foster, Executive Director KICIS)
18:40                基調講演 |Keynote Speech(James Miller, American University)

梶浦 敏範  (経団連)|  Toshinori Kajiura (Keidanren)
杉原 佳尭 (ACCJ)  |  Yoshikata Sugihara (American Chamber of Commerce in Japan)
Catharina Maracke (Keio University)
横森裕紀 (総務省) |  Yuki Yokomori (Ministry of Internal Affairs & Communication)

20:10                 質疑応答・オープンディスカッション | Questions & Open Discussion
20:30                 プログラム終了| Program Concludes


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