Welcome to the ICA

Established in 1970, the ICA (International Computer Association) has grown into one of Japan’s largest, most influential organizations covering Information Technology and Business in Japan. The ICA provides a forum for information exchange, networking, and identification of business expansion opportunities with many of the key movers and shakers in Japan. Read more about the ICA

[Feb 18th, 2016] "Everything is Computation - In the Real World of Artificial Intelligence"


201602_David_Malkin Speaker: David Malkin
Reactive Inc - Data Scientist, Statistics & Decision Science.

Where to invest your money ? What do your customers want ? What is going on with the economy in China ? What’s the best road to take to work today ?

All of these questions are ultimately answered by performing computation on data, in essence “everything is computation”. With 90% of the world’s data being generated in the last two years it’s almost impossible for humans to answer these questions, and it’s getting harder.

[Dec. 2nd, 2015] ICA Japan End of Year Bonenkai



ANDYSThe ICA invites you to join our Bonenkai event held downtown at Andy's Shin Hinamoto located at Yurakucho. This will be an excellent opportunity to catch up with old friends, meet new people and network with peers in related industries, or simply to put names to faces as we head to the end of the year.

As a set menu it will include multitude of food including Beers, Wines, Juices, Shochu and Soft Drinks etc.

Be sure to bring your colleagues and friends to join the party.

Open to all, RSVP required.



[Oct 15th, 2015] "Secure Corporate Data and Messaging on the Cloud: What Are The Commercial Risks?"


 Speaker: Jonathan Hope
Partner - Fusion Systems

Companies today are faced with increasing risk of data theft and cyber security attacks which have increased with the use of cloud services and personal messaging devices. These risks are easy to overlook and may have potentially gone unnoticed by CIO’s. Recent incidences have resulted in corporations losing in the range of the equivalent of several billions of Japanese yen per attack.

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