· Overview
The Future Strategy Sejong Government Complex Academy aims to enhance public officials’ understanding of policy issues and foster policy capabilities to efficiently respond to changes in the administrative environment. 
This program aims to enhance the understanding of core technologies such as smart cities, artificial intelligence, and autonomous transportation technologies, and to develop the ability to establish intelligent societies and government future strategies in a leading and creative way. 
For the convergence between various ministries by industry, we hope to provide education to establish a cooperative system through forming a consensus on common issues, and to define and solve problems for public officials’ ability to predict the future and establish strategies in accordance with rapidly changing domestic and foreign situations
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· Program Information

- Contract Institution: Ministry of Personnel Management Human Resources Development Department
- Program Period: Run 2 times/year (4 weeks ~ 7 weeks/ first half of the year, 4weeks~7 weeks / latter half of the year) 
- Education Eligibility: National Public Officer (max. 50 persons) * 2 times
- Tuition: Support from Ministry of Personnel Management

· Applicant Selection
- Recommendation of Applicant (each ministry -> Ministry of Personnel Management)
- Applicant Acceptance Notification (Ministry of Personnel Management -> Ministry)

· Program Schedule
- Period of Classes: 2020. 11. 09. ~ 2020. 11. 30.
- 4-week program, Every Monday/Wednesday, 19:00~21:00
- Online Conferencing through the GooroomeeBiz Platform

KAIST Sejong Lecture Room (194, Jeoljae-ro, Sejong-si 30103, Republic of Korea)

· Training content

sequenceDateTitleProfessor in chargeContents
111/9 (Mon)
Entrance Ceremony
Artificial Intelligence and MediaJaemin Jung
[President of KAIST Graduate School of Munsul Future Strategy]
• Robots not only write articles, but also selects and arranges articles to be posted on the site. • Microsoft fired 50 news screeners on its site and replaced them with algorithms. • Algorithm robots edit movie trailers and advertise advertisements. Responsible for writing scripts and recommending video and music sites.• This lecture aims to understand the world of media dominated by algorithms and to face social problems caused by confirmation bias and filter bubbles.
211/11 (Wed)Post-AI Era: The Future Society Changes of Artificial Intelligence and Natural IntelligenceSeo, Yong-Seok
[Professor, KAIST Munsul Future Strategy Graduate School, Director, Center for Future Strategy Research]
• What are the essential technologies necessary to construct the technological singularity that will enable artificial intelligence and natural intelligence to meet? • Various changes in human life and social problems that will be caused by unprecedented changes caused by the rapid development of artificial intelligence technology. What are some of these?• How will human perceptions and behavioral patterns change when human brain function is changed, what social meaning and change will these changes have?• The era of sympathy between artificial and natural intelligence What will human life be like when it becomes, and what will humans live while pursuing?
311/16 (Mon)Intellectual property rights of artificial intelligence inventors and artistsSungpil Park
[Professor, Graduate School of Literature Future Strategy, KAIST, Senior Professor, Graduate School of Intellectual Property Program]
Based on the legal status of artificial intelligence (legal identity), the concept of inventors and creators of the patent law/copyright law stipulated by natural persons/corporations, prospects of change in infringement judgment criteria, policy implications, etc. see.
411/18 (Wed)Artificial intelligence social agendaChi-Hyung Jeon
[President of KAIST Graduate School of Science and Technology Policy]
It examines the role of artificial intelligence and social phenomena, and discusses the necessity of fundamental countermeasures such as social and policy discussions.
511/23 (Mon)Welfare State in the Age of Artificial Intelligence (AI)Moon-Jung Choi
[Professor, KAIST Graduate School of Science and Technology Policy]
Discussions on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) were mainly conducted in the private sector, and this lecture discusses how artificial intelligence (AI) is being used in the public sector, especially in the social welfare sector, and ethical issues resulting from this. Want to.
611/25 (Wed)Music and artificial intelligenceNam Joo-han
[Professor, KAIST Graduate School of Culture Technology]
Various research cases in which artificial intelligence is applied to the music field are introduced by dividing into areas such as music appreciation, performance, and creative production. Through this, I would like to draw a number of possibilities for the future music industry and performing arts.
711/30 (Mon)Artificial Intelligence and Future SocietyKwang-Hyung Lee
[President of KAIST / Professor of Bio and Brain Engineering]
The basic principles of artificial intelligence are examined, and examples of the development of artificial intelligence systems are introduced. In addition, it predicts the future society.

· Instructo

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Jaemin Jung [President of KAIST Graduate School of Literature Future Strategy] / nettong@kaist.ac.kr - Bachelor's and Master's degree in Journalism and Broadcasting, Sogang University, Ph.D. in Journalism, University of Florida
- Assistant Professor, Department of Media and Imaging, Seoul Women's University, Executive Director of the Korean Media Management Association
- Areas of interest: Convergence media industry strategy and policy, technology resistance, mobile media use and satisfaction
- Professor at KAIST Graduate School of Future Strategy for Literature

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Seo, Yong-Seok [Director, KAIST Center for Future Strategy Research] / manoa@kaist.ac.kr - University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, USA. Political Science(Futures Studies)
- Areas of interest: Futurism, social change theory, governance

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Seongpil Park [Responsible Professor, KAIST Graduate School of Literature and Future Strategy (MIP)] / sppark@kaist.ac.kr - Northwestern University, Ph.D., US Attorney (Michigan State)
- Visiting Professor at KAIST Graduate School of Literature and Future Strategy
- Areas of interest: U.S. Intellectual Property Law, U.S. Commercial Law

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Chi-Hyung Jeon [President of KAIST Graduate School of Science and Technology Policy] / cjeon@kaist.ac.kr - Ph.D. in STS (Science, Technology, and Society), MIT
- Areas of interest: Fine dust and the possibility of respiratory community / Air conditioner outdoor unit and anthropological landscape

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Moon-Jung Choi [Professor, KAIST Graduate School of Science and Technology Policy] / moonchoi365@gmail.com - Ph.D. Social Welfare, Case Western Reserve University
- Assistant Professor, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 2012−2014 College of Social Work
- Areas of interest: Population aging, consumption, and sustainability

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Joo-Han Nam [Professor, Graduate School of Culture and Technology, KAIST] / juhannam@kaist.ac.kr - Stanford University, CA, USA 
- Qualcomm Technologies Inc, San Diego, CA, USA Staff Research Engineer, QCT Advanced Tech R&D 
- Interests : Music Technology, Audio Signal Processing, Music Information Retrieval

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Kwang-Hyung Lee [President of KAIST / Professor of Bio and Brain Engineering] / khlee@kaist.ac.kr - Ph.D. in Computer Science, French Institute of Applied Science (INSA)
- Major experience: Visiting professor at Stanford Research Institute, Tokyo University of Technology
- Areas of interest: Future prediction method, bio information, intelligent system

· Education Performance

TermCurriculum nameConsignment agencyNumber of trainees (persons)ContentsRemark
StartEnd
20.11.0920.11.30The 8th Future Strategy Sejong Office AcademyHR Innovation Office37Future strategy education for national officials2 times a week, 4 weeks course
20.06.29.20.07.20The 7th Future Strategy Sejong Office AcademyHR Innovation Office49Future strategy education for national officials2 times a week, 4 weeks course
19.09.24.19.11.05.The 6th Future Strategy Sejong Office AcademyHR Innovation Office22Future strategy education for public officials below level 47 weeks once a week
19.05.14.19.06.25.The 5th Future Strategy Sejong Office AcademyHR Innovation Office52Future strategy education for public officials and researchers under level 47 weeks once a week
18.10.1618.11.20The 4th Future Strategy Sejong AcademyHR Innovation Office36Future strategy education for public officials and researchers under level 57 weeks once a week
18.05.08.18.06.19.The 3rd Future Strategy Sejong AcademyHR Innovation Office53Future strategy education for public officials and researchers under level 57 weeks once a week
17.11.0717.12.05The 2nd Future Strategy Sejong AcademyHR Innovation Office41Future strategy education for public officials and researchers under level 57 weeks once a week
17.04.1817.06.27The 1st Future Strategy Sejong AcademyHR Innovation Office100Future strategy education for public officials and researchers under level 57 weeks once a week

· Benefits
- Certificate of Completion issuance by KAIST President
- Receiving KAIST alumni status (invitation to various alumni events and lectures) 

· Contact
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FSA Administrative Office, KWON, HYEEUN, 044-865-4260, kheshe@kaist.ac.kr
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