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(日本語) 早矢仕 晃章

Design of Advanced Knowledge

HAYASHI Teruaki

Position
Lecturer
Affiliation
Department of Systems Innovation, Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
Keyword
Data design, Data ecosystem, Knowledge structuring, Cross-disciplinary data exchange and collaboration, Market of data, Creative communication
HP
https://researchmap.jp/teruaki-hayashi?lang=en
E-mail
hayashi(at)sys.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp※Please replace (at) with @ and send mail.

Unlocking every activity related to humans and data

Unlocking every activity related to humans and dataSystem Design and Dynamics of the Data Ecosystem

Unlocking every activity related to humans and dataSupport Technology for Data Origination from Unobserved Events

System Design and Dynamics of the Data Ecosystem

Value discovery and the creation of businesses through cross-disciplinary data exchange and collaboration have attracted considerable attention as a new source of innovation with respect to data. However, beyond that, a comprehensive understanding of data, its relevant legal regulations, and the dynamics of human interactions, along with the rulemaking and market designs based on them, are concerning issues in data technology. In this research, I aim to design a system for improving the data exchange market and its ecosystem by clarifying and understanding the factors that contribute to the growth of a robust and secure data marketplace.

Support Technology for Data Origination from Unobserved Events

Although valuable data are constantly being exchanged and shared across a diverse set of applications, the methodology and technology for observing and converting otherwise unobserved events into data remain undeveloped. By employing the collective intelligence of the cognitive processes involved in data acquisition, I aim to develop support technologies for data collection, informatization, and decision-making to support data from previously unobserved or unattended ecosystems.

Message
Data constitute the very human activities of observing, recording, and communicating with the world, and the role, function, and importance of data changes as technology advances. There are a large number of cross-disciplinary research areas that are worth further developing. I am looking forward to conducting research with you.

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