Data-Driven Economies: “Data Free Flow with Trust” (G1 Global Conference 2019)
G1 Global Conference @GLOBIS Tokyo, Sept. 16, 2019.
Digital technologies are revolutionizing the way people live and work. Technology has been the driver of growth and prosperity for centuries, but today’s speed and scope are qualitatively different from past advances. This panel will discuss how new technologies make millions of lives easier, cheaper, and more prosperous, but also disrupt both labor markets and social stability. Are governments and businesses re-writing the rules fast enough to keep up? Will monopolies undermine competition—an essential component of capitalism? Where does Japan stand in the balance between realizing the benefits of new technology and avoiding disruption?
Jennifer Corbett (Rio Tinto Fellow, Foundation for Australia-Japan Studies)
Alex Moazed (Founder and CEO, APPLICO INC.)
Amane Oshima (CEO, Mizuho–DL Financial Technology Co., Ltd.)
Tatsuya Terazawa (Special Adviser to the Minister, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry)
Yumiko Murakami (Head, OECD Tokyo Centre)