|Time||Program||Detail||Moderators and Speakers|
|08:30 - 09:30||Registration|
|09:30 - 09:45||Opening Ceremony||Opening Address • Remarks|
|09:45 - 11:05||Keynote Speech||Next Connectivity and Beyond||more >||Jaeseung Jeong
│ Professor at Dept.. Bio and Brian Engineering, KAIST • Head of Graduate School of Future Strategy, KAIST
Michael Casey │ Senior Advisor of Digital Currency Initiative at MIT Media Lab
|11:05 - 11:20||Networking Break|
|11:20 - 11:50||Trend Focus 2020||Big Data Analysis : Korea 2020||more >||Jinsu Seo │ Data & People CEO|
|11:50 - 13:00||Luncheon|
|13:00 - 14:10||Session I||Blockchain : Advance of Technology, Change of Daily Life||more >||Yanghee Choi
│ Professor at Seoul National University
Eunchul Lee │ Head of Bitfury Korea
Sungjun Park │ Director of the Blockchain Research Center at Dongguk University
Eunsol Lee │ Co-Founder, MediBloc
|14:10 - 15:20||Session II||Close Encounters of Hyper Connectivity : Coming of New Lifestyle X||more >||Peter Jaewon Chun │ XnTree CEO
Silje Bareksten │ Head of Sustainability and Technology of Nor-shipping, FormerHead of Smart City at Oslo Business Region
Kangrim Choi │ Vice President of KT Corporation
Jongki Park │ Manager of Smart City Unit LPWA TF, SK Telecom
|15:20 - 15:35||Networking Break|
|15:35 - 16:05||Seoul Insight||Future of Population_Possibility and Changes||more >||Youngtae Cho │ Professor at Graduate School of Public Health, Seoul National University|
|16:05 - 16:50||SFC Talks||Happiness vs. Digital Technology||more >||James Barrat │ Author of <Our Final Invention>
Seungyeon Cho │ Bestselling Author of South Korea
|16:50 - 17:00||Closing Ceremony||Wrap-up|
The various technologies that contributed to the realization of the 4th industrial revolution has taken us to the era of life-immersive technology. We live in a new world, where new technologies and relationships are created as a result of the compilation of off-line outcome from the primary, secondary and tertiary industries as well as big data. What changes will technology bring to our lives and how should we respond to such changes? How can technology be developed in harmony with the mankind and what kind of a future will it bring to us?
We will look into the following issues with the help of profound insight that will be offered by renowned professionals of the field.
In this session, experts on Big Data collection and analysis will share the various issues of the current society based on the keywords extracted from social media as well as traditional media during the period of 2016~2018 , then make a forecast for the upcoming years up to 2020.
The blockchain technology, which is at the center of worldwide attention, is a technology used as the ledger for crypto currency, which is the core enabling technology for the 4th industrial revolution. Blockchain can change the entire social infrastructure based on trust and it guarantees robust security that could prevent tampering and forgery. We will look into the current status of the blockchain technology and the changes it will bring to our daily lives from multiple angles.
We have transitioned from the age of conversion to the age of connectivity as we prepare ourselves to usher in a new world. The near future is here in the form of the Smart City. Let’s take a look into a human-centric future city where the infrastructure will be connected with ICT networks to provide increased efficiency, convenience and quality of life to its people and understand the various underlying technologies.
The future will not only present us with the challenge of surviving the “technology vs. population” showdown but a multitude of other issues occurring from quantitative and qualitative demographic change. How will technology impact the society and the declining population that is exposed to risks and opportunities present all around? What kind of technologies are there at our disposal to counter the qualitative changes in demographics?
Is digital technology the key to a happier and more convenient life for human beings?
How can we deal with the rising youth unemployment, social inequality, fear of losing jobs and the consequent sense of deprivation?
Will we be happy in the future where digital technology is expected to bring more dramatic changes to our lives?
Do we need to create ethical guidelines that will prevent AI from controlling human beings?
In this session,the following topics will be discussed with distinguished scholars from around the world.