Shinto Teramoto, having over 25 year experience as a practicing attorney, is devoting himself to promote social implementation of the products of engineering, medicine, etc., while is very active in educating young legal professionals and candidates for lawyers. Although his study and contribution to society, as well as educations provided to students, cover very wide scope from intellectual property, diffusion of medical and healthcare information with better quality, to sharing of medical records among patients and multiple medical teams, always the essence thereof is the question that how we can promote the wider and quicker diffusion of knowledge and innovation.
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