In the first session, the concept, characteristics, and impacts of the 4th industrial revolution were analyzed, and the future policies for the 4th industrial revolution in Korea were discussed.
LEE Sang Yup, KAIST(Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
The 4th Industrial Revolution
The current research trends associated with autonomous driving, NT, and brain science were discussed, as were their socioeconomic impacts.
SEO Seung Woo, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National University of Seoul
Automobile Revolution in 2030 and the Perfect Autonomous Driving
LEE Daeyeol, Johns Hopkins University
Brain Science and the 4th Industrial Revolution
PARK Hongkun, Harvard University
Nano Science and Technology: an Enabler for the 4th Industrial Revolution
In this session, the characteristics and socioeconomic impacts of the 4th industrial revolution were analyzed initially. Subsequently, the governance for the 4th industrial revolution was discussed, and the discussion addressed the areas of science and technology, industry, labor, and education policies.
KWAK Jae-Won, Graduate School of Technology and Innovation Management
The Search for Our Portion in the 4th Industrial Revolution