Kurtz Law
Kurtz Law
Chief Administrative Officer, JCE Japan Creative Enterprise
PhD Candidate, Bucharest University of Academic Studies

Mr. Law is a PhD candidate at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. His area of specialty focuses on robotics and AI in the future of work for human resources in Japanese organizations. Originally trained as a software engineer at the University of Kent at Canterbury, he later found his calling in digital innovation.

A strong believer in kaizen (continuous improvement), Mr. Law seeks to learn new ways to provide high value education and empower people to achieve their goals.

The Who, What, and Why of Robotic Process Automation

Software robots are taking over the grunt work, opening up new possibilities for human workers.
Software robots are taking over the grunt work, opening up new possibilities for human workers.

The Never-Ending Work Scenario: A New Spin on Japan’s Famous “Job for Life”

As Japan's retirement age continues to climb, companies must innovate their HR operations to accommodate diverse special needs.
As Japan's retirement age continues to climb, companies must innovate their HR operations to accommodate diverse special needs.

The Potential Impact of Future IoT on Existing Cybercrime 

GLOBIS students investigated the risks and opportunities of IoT for Hitachi, with the collaboration of one of the company’s senior executives. This is some of the research conducted by those students.
GLOBIS students investigated the risks and opportunities of IoT for Hitachi, with the collaboration of one of the company’s senior executives. This is some of the research conducted by those students.