Kohei Kurihara is a global recognised thought leader and influencer, the co-founder of Privacy by Design Lab @pbdlab, develops data privacy by design lab – that works culture and collaborative measures for future data society. Kohei is the President of the Tokyo Chapter at Government Blockchain Association, the community to consist of diversified talent and sectors. The platform is a part of blockchain practice with individual empowerment and seeks future government establishment.
Kohei has several experiences at blockchain spaces, and leading local communities worldwide. Kohei is co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer of CollaboGate, a Decentralized Collaboration Platform, that matches people who want to collaborate on exciting projects and for companies looking to find great talents. Using our technology we access professionals and verify their skills and experiences, so it is easier for projects to find great talents online. At CollaboGate, Kohei leads the marketing team to enhance collaboration platforms and run decentralized blockchain media, providing data-driven business consulting for big enterprises with decentralized concept modeling. Kohei has an educational and political background, working as voluntary staff at a non-profit organization in Japan. CollaboGate provides digital transformation service for enterprises with blockchain technology and concept designing, privacy oriented data governance model.
About Privacy by Design. “Privacy is not that a big deal in Japan and the perception of privacy is seen differently that in the West. I have been in talks with the Japanese government regarding privacy laws and data protection in Japan, especially as the world’s biggest data gatherers are global companies. That is why we are trying to leverage the conversation around data privacy and protection in Japan.” About CollaboGate. “We are building a decentralized collaboration platform based on blockchain technology. It is related again to identity and data protection using blockchain.” About Society 5.0. “I totally advocate this concept. Humans should be at the center and at the forefront of technology applications. At the moment technology is beneficial especially for businesses but not so much to the citizens. So I agree with opening this conversation and I am proud Japan is leading it. I love the concept of putting humans again at the center of it all.”
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