【掲載】Defining the Heisei Era: When communication in Japan went mobile

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記事名:Defining the Heisei Era: When communication in Japan went mobile
執筆者:TIM HORNYAK
媒体名:The Japan Times(2018年12月22日)
対応者:情報通信総合研究所 上席主任研究員 岸田重行(研究員紹介)

“Emoji spread to the world as a means of communication from Japan,” says Shigeyuki Kishida, an executive consultant at Tokyo-based IT research firm InfoCom Research. “It can be said that emoji have evolved into Line stamps.”

As Kishida notes, the evolution of communications technology during the Heisei Era is a movement from group-based to individual-based, voice to data and use in fixed locations to anywhere. The next phase will see countless machines join the immeasurably vast chat room we partake of in our daily lives: Japanese carriers will roll out 5G services in 2020, promising faster broadband speeds and accelerated spread of “internet of things,” AI and other cloud-based services. (Defining the Heisei Era: When communication in Japan went mobile, TIM HORNYAK, The Japan Times, Dec.22, 2018)

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