In this symposium, we aim to create a clear orientation for an information network society that pursues further sustainable development of scientific technology, art, and culture through international cooperation. For that purpose, we are inviting cutting-edge researchers from the fields of information technology, legal system, economics, art and culture.
The current digital infrastructure enables the sharing and exchange of information on a global basis. It also will produce an information network society where technology evolves with culture. However, the information network society faces various problems with transmitting and adding values to information.
One of the issues is the governance of the transmission of intelligent information, such as information on scientific research, education, science, art, and culture. It is, in other words, a matter of how to balance the public benefit with the economic profit from the intelligent information.
In designing a system for just such an information network society, interdisciplinary cooperation is necessary and this is done by defying the boundaries of academic fields and geographical areas. In technology fields, it is inevitable to improve information society infrastructures that properly govern the intelligent information. In the law and policy fields, as well as the sociology, art, and culture fields, they play an important role in formulating an intelligent information policy
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Monday, March 27, 2006 13:00 - 17:40
Hitotsubashi Memorial Hall
National Center of Sciences Building, 2-1-2 Hitotsubashi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
5 min. walk from Jimbocho Sta. on the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon line, Toei Mita line, and/or Toei Shinjuku line, or from Takebashi Sta. on the Tokyo Metro Tozai line.
Registration was ended.Please come on that day.
Attendance fee : Free
Simultaneous English-Japanese translation
Organizer: National Institute of Informatics, Research Organization of
Information and Systems
? Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
? Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications
? Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
? Digital Eizou Common Specifications Development Project, Center for Collaborative
Research, The University of Tokyo