Peggy Johnson Chair at ABAC Digital Innovation Working Group Peggy Johnson Chair at ABAC Digital Innovation Working Group
Peggy Johnson was responsible for driving Microsoft's strategic partnerships and transactions. In this capacity, she also managed Microsoft's relationship with the venture capital community and overseas investments through the company's corporate venture fund, M12. She previously spent 24 years at Qualcomm, holding various leadership positions, most recently Executive Vice President of Qualcomm Technologies and President of Global Market Development. Before that, Ms. Johnson was an engineer for General Electric's Military Electronics Division. She serves on the Board of Directors for BlackRock and on the Advisory Board for the nonprofit Huntington's Disease Society of America San Diego Chapter. Ms. Johnson's honors include Business Insider's Most Powerful Female Engineer in 2017, one of Silicon Republic's 40 Powerful Women Leading Tech Around the World, and the 2013 Hall of Fame Award from Women in Technology International.
Peter Lovelock Founder and Director of TRPC Pte Ltd Peter Lovelock Founder and Director of TRPC Pte Ltd
Dr Peter Lovelock is Director and co-Founder of the Technology Research Project Corporate (TRPC), an IT, new media and telecommunication-based think-tank with offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, China, and Australia. He brings more than 25 years’ experience in telecoms, technology and media to these undertakings, including regulatory assessments, implementation and execution projects, and due diligence and market entry strategic guidance projects throughout Asia.
In recent years, Dr Lovelock has provided advice to governments and companies alike regionally on digital enablement and digital transformation, including to ASEAN on its ICT Masterplan, and to APEC on the Internet and Digital Economy principles and roadmap; as well as authoring reports on global data networks and bandwidth developments, cross border data flows and the economic impacts of data localisation, digital transactions, authentication and digital identity. In the financial services and fintech spaces, Dr Lovelock has been involved in the establishment of new payments regulatory regimes in Mongolia, Sri Lanka and Zambia, focused on facilitating fast access channels and furthering financial inclusion He has advised and authored thought leadership on blockchains, digital and crypto currencies and national payment gateways and is currently working with multilateral donor agencies on the development of regulatory financial sandboxes in several jurisdictions and national eID schemes. Dr Lovelock is advising the Central Bank of Myanmar on their QR code standardisation and adoption, and is an expert on TV White Spaces and other non-traditional connectivity options for extending access. Dr Lovelock is an advisor to PECC on digital and internet economy developments and sits on the board of the International Institute of Communications (IIC). TRPC provides Executive Director and Secretariat support to the Asia Cloud Computing Association (ACCA) and the Asia Pacific Spectrum Innovation Group (APSIG), among others. Between 1999 and 2004 Dr Lovelock built and ran China’s leading IT research consultancy. Prior to that, Peter worked at the ITU in Geneva. Daneil La Roche Co-Founder of Genomawork Daneil La Roche Co-Founder of Genomawork
Daniel is co-founder of Genomawork and Mindwork, two companies that are transforming People Management in Chile and Latin America, incorporating the latest scientific and technological advances, as well as the best practices of leading organizations worldwide.
His work combines behavioral economics, neuroeconomics, technology, and data analysis to understand more precisely how people behave and make decisions in work settings in order to design more effective evaluations, processes, and actions that help companies. He is constantly investigating how digital transformation and artificial intelligence are affecting companies to support his clients to navigate this new scenario, focusing on understanding in depth their main asset: their people. Mr. La Roche holds a MSc in Cognitive and Decision Sciences from University College of London (UCL) and a BS in Business from University of Chile. He lives in Santiago de Chile. Learn more about at: https://genoma.work/ and http://www.mindwork.cl Shinya Kukita Principal, Global Public Policy Relations Office at NEC Corporation Shinya Kukita Principal, Global Public Policy Relations Office at NEC Corporation
Shinya KUKITA (firstname.lastname@example.org) received his B.E. degree in electrical engineering from Tokyo University in 1981. After he joined NEC Corporation in 1981, he engaged in the development of various Optical Transport system and Network Management System.
Currently he is an evangelist for the international market regarding Cloud Computing, Software Defined Networking, AI(Artificial Intelligence), IoT(Internet of things), 5G and Smart City. He supports corporate executives to prepare policy recommendation. He is a regular speaker in various international conferences.