· For public officials employed at National Assembly Secretariat, Budget Office, Investigation Office and Council Secretariat
· KAIST Moon Soul Graduate School of Future Strategy curriculum utilized
· Joint operation between National Assembly Training Institute and KAIST Moon Soul Graduate School of Future Strategy
· Perspectives of National Future Strategies, exchange of knowledge and information
· Certificate of Completion issued by the KAIST President (requires more than two thirds of participation and attendance)
· 2015. 1. 16 - 3.27
· 50 min + 10 min per professor
· Every Friday 14:00 ~ 16:00 (10 lectures)
· National Assembly building in Yeouido, Seoul
· Training content
|Introduction to Futurism
|Find out what futurology is, why futurology is needed, and what characteristics the future has. Introduce methods for future prediction and find out examples of using the “three-dimensional future prediction method” developed by KAIST.
|7 Elements of Future Change and New Industrial Strategy
|Introducing STEPPER, the seven factors that change the future developed by KAIST. In addition to the five key industries that Korea has global competitiveness, we introduce MESIA, the five strategic industries, which are new growth engines. And check MESIA from STEPPER's point of view
|National Future Strategy
|What is the National Future Strategy? It examines the scope and necessity of the national future strategy and an overview of the national future strategy of the Republic of Korea, and discusses various ways to improve the national future strategy.
|Future generation and population strategy
|This course examines the issues of equity between current and future generations that will be brought about by future demographic changes in economic, social, and political aspects, and explores desirable future demographic strategies to protect the rights and interests of future generations and improve intergenerational equity.
|The future of brain disease research
|The megatrends of the modern society, such as aging, urbanization, and personalization, are expected to intensify in the future, and accordingly, various brain diseases such as dementia, Parkinson's disease, depression, and ADHD are predicted to intensify. Accordingly, future brain permanence seems to have to focus on solving these problems so that individuals can have a healthy and happy brain and alleviate social conflicts and economic burdens. In this lecture, I will introduce and discuss the direction of this research on Choi's disease.
|The future of brain science and artificial intelligence
|"Who am I", "What is reality?" Modern brain science offers a variety of answers. In this lecture, the future of brain science and the social, economic, political, and moral problems that deep machine learning artificial intelligence based on brain science will bring into the future are subtotal.
|The future of the car
|In order to reduce car crash accidents, learn about self-driving cars that combine electronics, communication, and service technologies. In addition, we will consider electric vehicles to solve energy and environmental problems.
|Trends and future of unmanned aerial vehicles
|A small robot uses GPS to grasp the exact location and speed information of the airplane, and learns about the unmanned aerial vehicle (drone) that flies by itself through various sensor information. Currently, most of the drone market is occupied by military drones, but we will gradually explore ways that can be used in the private sector, such as the public sector and the industrial sector.
|Internet of Things (IoT) Future Strategy
|It looks at the past/present/future of the Internet, one of the innovative inventions that change the world, and especially the future strategy centered on the Internet of Things that will lead the change in the era of connectivity in the early 21st century.
|Future strategies of energy resources and electricity
|The main trends of future energy resources and electricity such as climate change and the future of fossil energy, energy resources and international oil prices, shale gas, electric vehicles and hydrogen cars, nuclear power and renewable energy are analyzed from scientific principles, and future strategies are examined.
|The future of cloud computing
|We will look at the future of cloud computing to cope with changes in the hyper-connected era through smart devices and IoT in the 21st century, along with the starting points and components of cloud computing, which has emerged as a technology that overcomes the limitations of physical computing.
|Energy use and the future of the environment
|Contents of the Lecture: Examine the future trends of energy use and the impact of energy use on the environment, and look at future strategies that can achieve sustainable development of the country while minimizing the impact on the environment.
|Mobile Big Bang and Future Organizational Innovation
|Mobile Big Bang, represented by smartphones and tablet PCs, is hitting not only individuals and companies, but also public organizations such as the government, the National Assembly, and NGOs. In the situation where the paradigm of the IT industry is also changing from “Mobile First” to “Mobile Only”, we examine how future organizations can innovate based on mobile technologies.
|The present and future of the Internet-based sharing economy
|What is a sharing economy? Will the Internet-based sharing economy really change our future economic paradigm? What social, economic, legal, and technological factors are needed to revitalize the sharing economy in the future and whether the sharing economy can become a framework for the creative economy based on these changes.
|The future of social media and communication
|In a hyper-connected society, we examine the meaning of SNS that inspires innovation in communication between individuals and groups. In particular, it examines the understanding of the motion mechanism of our mind, which will be the core of future communication strategies (that is, ‘dissemination of emotions’).
|The future of social media and media
|Many media are showing interest in explaining social phenomena using big data. It examines the theory and status of data driven journalism, and discusses the conditions for Korean journalism to accept it.
|Future strategies for biomedical devices
|Examine the past/present/future of biomedical/healthcare equipment, and examine the trends and future strategies of the Silicon Valley-centered healthcare industry that will drive digital healthcare in the future.
|The future of healthcare
|As it has recently surfaced as Obama Care, countries around the world are seeking a new healthcare paradigm that can respond to social and national changes. We look at the new healthcare-related science and technology that is drawing attention recently, and discuss the ripple effects that the development of such science and technology can have on our society.
|Technologies for the hospital of the future
|It predicts and reports the impact and changes that robot technology will have on future medical technology in hospitals of the future, especially in operating rooms, understands the technology to be used for it, and forecasts new technology medical business.
|Innovation Future Strategy
|Changes in innovative products and technologies change the paradigm of industry, economy, society, culture and politics. What is the new paradigm of product and technology innovation that is currently changing? We will examine this new paradigm of innovation, and how this paradigm of innovation will change the industrial and corporate strategic future of our society.