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Day1 11/19(Tue)

Keynote Session
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Future and the Arts SessionHow Humanity Will Live Tomorrow
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Brainstorming for IR4A Society Transformed by Big Data: What Will Become of Its Governance, Economics, and Lifestyles?
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Day2 11/20(Wed)

World Economic Forum SessionWorkshop: G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance on Technology Governance

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The Japan Foundation Asia Center Session"Reverse IDEAs" - In Search of New Coordinates from Asian Dynamism -

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Urban Strategy SessionTokyo 2035 - Radiant World City: What Will People Want from the Urban Spaces of the Future?

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ICF Hub SessionPost-Industrial Revolution: What Comes After an Industrial Revolution?
For the sake of a sustainable society, this is time we should take to re-examine and debate our planet, our cities, and our species.
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ICF2019 Program Committee Session
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Day1 11/19(Tue)

Keynote Session
City Brainstorming
  • Heizo Takenaka

    Professor, Toyo University/Professor Emeritus, Keio University/Chairman, Institute for Urban Strategies, The Mori Memorial Foundation/President, Academyhills/The Foundation Board Member, The World Economic Forum

    Profile
Keynote Address
  • Global development on a finite planet towards 2050
    - What is the challenge, and how could the US, China and Japan help? -

    Jørgen Randers

    Professor Emeritus, Climate Strategy, Department of Law and Governance, BI Norwegian Business School

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  • City as a multiverse - the next undiscovered territory as "Common Ground"

    Keisuke Toyoda

    Architect/Co-founder & Partner, noiz/Co-founder & Partner, gluon

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  • Future into Art

    Fumio Nanjo

    Director, Mori Art Museum

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Future and the Arts Session
How Humanity Will Live Tomorrow

How will science and technology influence the ideologies of cities, architecture, lifestyles, health, communities, and societies? With help from artists, this discussion will be about envisioning a future that is just around the corner.

Brainstorming for IR4
A Society Transformed by Big Data: What Will Become of Its Governance, Economics, and Lifestyles?

Breakout Session 1: How Far Will Big Data Go?

* The breakout discussion of this session will only be held in Japanese. No interpretation service will be provided.

Breakout Session 2: How Will Big Data Change Democracy and Capitalism?

* The breakout discussion of this session will only be held in Japanese. No interpretation service will be provided.

Breakout Session 3: How Will You Live as an Individual in a Big Data World?

* The breakout discussion of this session will only be held in Japanese. No interpretation service will be provided.

Day2 11/20(Wed)

World Economic Forum Session
Workshop: G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance on Technology Governance

To contribute to sustainable and inclusive growth, focusing on the urban areas where most of the world’s population resides, the World Economic Forum (WEF) and its Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (C4IR) Global Network, recommended by Business 20 (B20), Urban 20 (U20) and G20 Ministerial Statement on trade and Digital Economy have the Launch of G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance on Technology Governance on October 9 this year.
The Alliance will encourage networking and experience-sharing among cities and promote the adoption of common guiding principles for the governance of data and digital technology. The effort aims to foster greater openness and trust as well as create standards for how this data is collected and used. Through this workshop, we will discuss technology governance with multi-stakeholders such as the Governments, Municipalities, Academia and Private sectors.

Session Facilitator: Yuta Hirayama, Project Specialist, Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Japan

The Japan Foundation Asia Center Session
“Reverse IDEAs" - In Search of New Coordinates from Asian Dynamism -

There are plenty of hidden “Reverse IDEAs” in the dynamism of Asia where we are living.
We would like to visualize "new coordinates" with you.

Keynote

The Evolution of Islamic Fashion in Current Affairs

Opening

Proposal from Art talk session :
"From Discarding to Recycling" - Celebrating the Death and Rebirth of Technology-

Talk

Suggestions from Medical talk session:
"Asian philosophy"-Reconsidering the mind and body from an Oriental holistic viewpoint

ICF Hub Session
Post-Industrial Revolution: What Comes After an Industrial Revolution?
For the sake of a sustainable society, this is time we should take to re-examine and debate our planet, our cities, and our species.

In 9 30-minute sessions, a group of emerging leaders in their 20s who are building the future will discuss and debate the shape of new societies to come.

Session

Hub A
Proposals from global citizens: Visualizing the future of Japan from the perspectives of media, sustinability, education, politics, and gender

Session 1. Gender and Politics in Japan and in U.S
Session 2. Revealing Untold Stories of Global Citizens
Session 3. Imaging Japan through Global Citizen's Eyes

Hub B
Community 3.0 "New way of living and working for millennials"

Session 1. Services that Create Communities, as Told by the Frontline Headline Makers
Session 2. Making a Job of Community Management: The Roles that Will Need to Be Filled in the Age of AI
Session 3. Work-Life Harmony Across Multiple Communities

Hub C
"Work Style Reform" by Young Innovators: Defining Your Own Way of Living

Session 1. Sustainability Through the Lens of Japan's Underpopulated Areas
Session 2. Creating Environments Where Diverse Groups of People Can Flourish
Session 3. Redefining "Professional"

* Session 1. 14:00-14:30
 Session 2. 14:40-15:10
 Session 3. 15:20-15:50

Networking

Time set aside for facilitators, speakers, and attendees to meet and interact

Urban Strategy Session
Tokyo 2035 - Radiant World City: What Will People Want from the Urban Spaces of the Future?

With the growing prominence of new approaches to work such as community-based work spaces, remote work, dual-location living, and other new lifestyles, time and space are being used in cities in an increasingly diverse range of ways. In this discussion, people who are inventing and practicing new ways of working and living will bring their perspectives to an examination of how these trends will affect cities.