Thinking about coming to the United States is enriching libraries, museums, art museums, science museums, and so on. It is said that they gathered around the world from gold in the past, but why did you collect it? Also, we have been promoting database creation of various documents and paintings as electronic data earlier than any other country in the world. So why did you collect and accumulate data? Initially, it is not expensive to spend a lot of time and money, and it will not be economically worth it. We need a vision and strategy as a nation. Considering the accumulation of knowledge and culture and assurance of access rights (freedom of expression and disclosure of information) as a software infrastructure in order to make it the same as or more than the hard infrastructure such as electric water service, road / traffic, etc. I think that it was. From this "knowledge as social capital" a new cycle of value and knowledge is created and accumulated further is born. In Columbus, Ohio, we started collecting chemistry-related papers and literature from 1907, and there was a famous database of Chemical and Scientific Research CAS (Chemical Abstracts Service) / CAS registration number which was said to be the largest in the world at the time. It is an essential database for development of new materials, discovery of new substances and invention of new drugs. Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS Japanese Official Site) Online Encyclopedia, This is useful (^ ^) Wikipedia (Free encyclopedia) Philadelphia Museum of Art: Philadelphia Museum of Art Rodin Museum: Rodin Museum of Art Hindrance Japan's reform in the 21st century It is the old Japan (Nobuyuki Kokai)
1990 U.S. training with the theme of "Transformation of Media"