人と情報のエコシステム

Study on Social Receptivity of Personal-Data Ecosystem

Principal Investigator
Koiti HASHIDA
Affiliation
Social ICT Research Center, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo
Job Title
Professor
Research and Development Period
October 2018 to September 2021

Project Outline

Most values originate from personal services, and rich data about the service-recipient individuals should be utilized in order to improve those values. It is deriable to construct a personal-data ecosystem where social values are reinforced by concentrating the management of personal data to individuals so that individuals lead the utilization of personal data depending on their literacies and skills.

In order to realize a personal-data ecosystem with a high social receptivity, we will design methods of services and data sharing/utiliztion which allow all the participants including individuals and businesses to enjoy appropriate values (not necessarily economic ones) and escape excessive burdens and anxieties, and evaluate and test those methods by surveys on experimental fields, etc. Thus we hope to propose a social mechanism to continuously extend value creations by personal-data utilization.

Investigators

Koiti HASHIDA

(Principal Investigator)

Social ICT Research Center, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo

Professor

Keiko TOYA

Graduate School of Global Business, Meiji University

Professor

Ayako KATO

Faculty of Information and Communications, Bunkyo University

lecturer

Nobuyoshi TAKAHASHI

Health Tourism Insitute, Japan Health & Research Institute

Director

Bumok PARK

BD UNIT, iTiD Consulting, Ltd.

Managing consultant

Hiroshi NAKAGAWA

RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project

Group director

Participating and Cooperating Organizations

The University of Tokyo

Meiji University

RIKEN

Bunkyo University

Japan Health & Research Institute

BD UNIT, iTiD Consulting, Ltd.