【Event Archive】CCRC 5th Anniversary Symposium (April, 3rd, 2023)

The Cyber Civilization Research Center (CCRC) at Keio University held the CCRC 5th anniversary symposium on April 3, 2023 and more than 50 on-site participants and 25 online participants attended. As a result, speakers from various backgrounds shared their experiences and exchanged opinions, and new insights were found. The archive videos available below.

Host: Cyber Civilization Research Center (CCRC)
Date&Time: Monday April 3rd, 2023, 9:00-15:00 [JST]
Sunday April 2nd 2023, 20:00- 26:00 [EDT]
Hybrid meeting: North Hall at Keio University Mita Campus / Zoom Conference
Language: English

I. Retrospective
9:00-10:00 Opening remarks : History on CCRC – The past 5 years “What has happened in medicine, security, IoT and international topics?
Jun Murai, Co-Director, CCRC & Distinguished Professor, Keio University
David Farber, Co-Director, CCRC & Guest Professor [Global], Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University
Jiro Kokuryo, Chief Administrator, CCRC & Professor, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University

10:00-11:00 Keynote speech : Why looking at the future of Cyber Civilization is important? 
Speaker: Paul Mockapetris, Chief Scientist at ThreatSTOP, Inc.

11:00-12:00 Morning Panel: What is Cyber Civilization?
Discussion focus: Future of the distributed world, infrastructure, and the role of quantum Internet
Panelists : David Farber, Jun Murai, Jiro Kokuryo, and
Rodney Van Meter, Professor, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Keio University


Ⅱ. Outlook
13:00-15:00 Afternoon Panels : The Next 5 years – Opportunities for future research
Introduction by David Farber
13:00-13:40 Panel 1 : Data sharing
Speaker :
Joi Ito, Research Member, CCRC & Director, Center for Radical Transformation, Chiba Institute of Technology

13:40-14:20 Panel 2 :  Future of Press
Speaker : Dan Gillmor, Senior fellow at CCRC & Professor of Practice Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication Arizona State University
Panelist: Shigeya Suzuki, Project Professor, Graduate School of Media and Governance
Katsura Hattori, former editor at Asahi Shimbun, journalist

14:20-15:00 Panel 3 : Cyberconflict / Geopolitical stability
Speakers : Kazuo Noguchi, Senior Manager at Hitachi America & Senior Researcher at Keio University
Panelist:Catharina Maracke, Lawyer& Project Associate Professor, Keio University Global Research Institute
Moderator: David Farber

15:00-15:10 Wrap up by  Jun Murai

For inquiries regarding this event, please contact
Cyber Civilization Research Center, Keio University