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DAY 1 (Wednesday, May 31, 2023)

[13:00 - 14:50 International Video Content Rating Forum 19+ (#211~213) ]

• 13:00 – 13:10

Keynote speech
Chee-Yong KIM
Busan Visuals Forum President
DONG-EUI University Professor

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- Professor, DONG-EUI University
- Consultant, The Peaceful Unification Advisory Council (PUAC)
- Member of Special Advisory Committee for Technical Review, GRAC
- Former President, Korea Multimedia Society
- Former President, Korea Institute of Economic Innovation

Content Topic of the Lecture : Changes in the content environment and Regulatory System

• [Session #1] 13:10 – 13:30 A content creator's move from "ratings" to "responsibility"

<Presentation>

Dev Ross
Weird Detention LLC
Writer, Producer

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Dev Ross served as the Artistic Director of the Twelfth Night Repertory Company, the largest professional children’s theatre touring company in the United States where she wrote and directed touring shows, many of which she adapted to television, garnering her the Action in Children’s Television Award, an Emmy Award and three Emmy nominations. Dev also wrote for Disney TV Animation where she won an additional Emmy. She followed this by writing animated features for Universal Studios/Amblin Productions which won her the prestigious Humanitas Award for writing excellence. Dev is currently producing her live-action musical YA film, WEIRD DETENTION with its underlining theme of Conflict Resolution.

Content Topic of the Lecture : A content creator's move from "ratings" to "responsibility"

• [Session #2] 13:30 – 14:10 Game Rating Regulations and Current Status

<Presentation>

Im Choongjae
Keimyung University
Professor

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- 2006. 3~ Professor, Dept. of Game Software Engineering, Keimyung University
- 2021. 5~ President, Center for Immersive Media Innovation Sharing at KMU
- 2014. 9~ Senior vice-president & Advisor, Korea Association of Entrepreneurship Education
- 2018. 9~ Vice-president, Gamification Forum
- 2014. 12~ Editor, Asia Pacific Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Content Topic of the Lecture : Game Rating Regulations and Current Status

Main Points of the Lecture :
- - Game Rating Process Status by game delivery platform
- Game Rating Process and Game Industry Revitalization Plan

<Discussion>

Heung-joo, Lee
Korea Game Society
Vice Chairman

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- Vice Chairman, Korea Game Society
- Member of Game Content Rating Board
- Former member of Game Rating and Administration Committee
- Former Professor, Korea IT Occupational Training College
- Former CEO, GAMEMARU

• [Session #3] 14:10 - 14:50 Status of Webtoon Industry and Rating Regulation status & Direction

<Presentation>

KANG TAEJIN
CONIST Co., Ltd.
CEO

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- Vice chairman, Korea Webtoon Industry Association
- Former adjunct professor, Dept. of Comics and Animation Tech, Sejong University
- Former Lecturer of School of Manhwa Contents, Chungkang College of Cultural Industries
- Bachelor, Ph.D candidate in Dept. of Comics & Animation, Sejong University
- Webtoon&Web novel Weekly Report, CIMS, Webtoon Guide etc.

Content Topic of the Lecture : Status of Webtoon Industry and Rating Regulation status & Direction

Main Points of the Lecture :
- Detailed explanation of the development status of the Korean Webtoon Industry
- Introduction to the current status of rating regulation in the webtoon industry through the Self-Regulation Deliberation Committee

<Discussion>

Park, Seok hwan
Jaedam media
Director

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- Director, The Comics & Webtoon Society of Korea
- Consultant, Korea Webtoon Industry Association
- Former Professor, Dept. of Manhwa & Webtoon Contents, Korea University of Media Arts
- Policy planning team manager, Korea Manwha Contents Agency
- Author, <Korean cartoon made into movies> etc.

[15:00 - 16:30 LATAM in BCM (#211~213)]

• 15:00 – 15:10 Official Events

Congratulatory remarks
Jose Castro
Costa Rica Film Commission
Commissioner

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Jose Castro studied acting, marketing, and summa cum laude MBA at the University of Costa Rica. He combines his careers by serving as the Costa Rica Film Commissioner and Vice president of the Latin America and Caribbean Film Commission Network LACFCN. He promotes the export of content and the development of audiovisual production services to attract investment. He worked for the approval of the new incentive law. He is co-founder since 2018 of the NOS Film Fest Cultural Association and he is the actual Executive Director of EQUAL Film Festival, which seek to raise awareness about inclusion and diversity. He also conceptualized, founded and developed the Central America and Caribbean Audiovisual Market MAUCC since 2019.

Moderator
Stephanie Seoyoung Yoon
BeFM
Host

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- Host, BEFM
- Host a daily one hour show from Monday through Saturday in English and Korean
- Host the G-star 2021 welcome reception / Consecutive Interpretation

• [Session #1] 15:10 – 15:30 Understanding Latin American Biz Environment and Content Market

<Presentation>

Jaehak Lee
Korea University
Professor

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- Chair, Department of Spanish, Korea University
- Director, Institute of Hispanic Studies, Korea University
- Vice President, Latin American Studies Association of Korea
- Vice President for Student Affairs, Korea University
- Chair, Sports Committee, Korea University

Content Topic of the Lecture : Understanding Latin American Biz Environment and Content Market

Main Points of the Lecture : Based on the understanding of each region in Latin America, we will consider the characteristics of the content market and the business environment.

• [Session #2] 15:30 – 16:00 5 reasons to consider Costa Rica for your next production

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Cynthia Alvarado Abarca
Audio Visual Consortium of Costa Rica, Creative Media
Vice-President

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Cynthia Alvarado Abarca is a screenwriter, a creative producer, the Project Manager and co-owner of Cantico Producciones a Production Company specialized in Original Music, Sound Design and Audio Post Production for Film, TV, Video Games and Advertising. Currently co-producing films with Colombia, Republica Dominicana, Spain and Peru.

Content Topic of the Lecture : 5 reasons to consider Costa Rica for your next production

• [Session #3] 16:00 – 16:30 Working with LATAM: Focus on Central America & Caribbean

<Presentation>

Johnny Corrales
Chamber of Information Technologies and Communication of Costa Rica
Member of the Directors Board and Coordinator of the Audiovisual Sector

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Director at Mekanismo, a Costa Rican audiovisual production and consultancy company with 25 years of experience in Pro and Post production. Member of the Directors Board of the Chamber of Information Technologies and Communication of Costa Rica and Coordinator of it’s Audiovisual Chapter. He is also part of The Costa Rica Animation Holding.

Content Topic of the Lecture : Working with LATAM: Focus on Central America & Caribbean

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DAY 2 (Thu. 01 June, 2023)

[10:00 - 12:00 The future and present of the Creator Economy (#211~213)]

Moderator
Lee, Sang-Ho
Kyungsung University
Professor

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- 30+ years of experience in media under his belt
- Professor, Dept. of Media Content, Kyungsung University
- Member of the Broadcasting Market Investigation Committee, Korea Communications Commission
- Director, Busan Content Market
- President, Degree Show Korea Committee
- Consultation on media companies such as KTV / MBC / KT etc.
- 100+ academic studies about media innovation on domestic and international academic journals
- Author & translator of 14 media-related books

<Presentation>

Jeongki An
<Creator Economy> Author

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- Former CJ ENM, Kakao Entertainment
- KAIST College of Business Master’s degree

Content Topic of the Lecture : The future and present of the creator economy

Main Points of the Lecture : The Creator Economy is a huge economic system with a population of 300 million people and a market size of 140 trillion. We will analyze the development process of this creator economy from the beginning to the present and discuss the future directions. Beyond individuals, we will talk about how companies and institutions can use creator economy to find opportunities.

<Discussion>

Inyoung Park
Cyper Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Professor

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- Majored in psychology, business administration, Yonsei University
- Master’s degree, Yonsei University Graduate School of Communcations & Arts
- Overseas marketing, Home Appliances Division, Samsung Electronics

Dr.EGG
Creator

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- IPTV, VOD service
- Series content aired on Netflix
- Production of LG U+ Original content
- Production of Dr.Egg’s book series
- Production of branded ecological contents for organization affiliated with the Ministry of Environment

leestarTV
Creator

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- Former football Commentator of SPOTV, TBS
- Former Commentator of K League
- Co-CEO, LAPCHOOJONGYOON Co.

[13:00 - 18:00 ICAIH 2023 (#211~213)]

• 13:00 – 13:10 Opening Ceremony

Opening remarks
Chankyu Lee
Professor of Chung-Ang University/
Director of Humanities Content Research Institute

• [Session #1] 13:10 - 15:00 AI, Content, Data

Moderator
LEE JIYONG
GYEONGSANG NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

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- Assistant Professor in the Department of Korean Language and Literature at Gyeongsang National University
- Director of the Society of Korean Language & Literature
- Director of the International Network for Korean Language and Culture
- Director of the Society of Modern Grammar
- Director of the Society of Korean Semantics
- Director of the Society of Chung-Ang Language & Literature

<Presentation>

Choi Junghoi
SimSimi Inc.
CEO

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- 2010 Launch of Android, IOS SimSimi app
- 2020.09 ~ 2022.02 Sponsored Governmental Project(Implementation of Medical Public Welfare and Resolution of Social problems)
- 2022.05 ~ 2022.12 Sponsored NIA Korean BlenderBot Data Construction Project

Content Topic of the Lecture : SimSimi and the future of conversations

Main Points of the Lecture : Based on SimSimi's experience of providing empathy and fun to more than 400 million people around the world more than 20 years before the Chat GPT era, we will think about what will happen to the conversation between people and AI in the future.
Sanghyub John Lee
The University of Auckland
PhD Candidate

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Sanghyub John Lee is a doctoral candidate in marketing at the University of Auckland, with Master’s degrees from Auckland University of Technology and the University of Southern Queensland. His research focuses on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) in marketing, particularly in the context of Big Data. His area of expertise and the area he will work on in his research at core is Artificial Intelligence(AI) and Machine Learning(ML), and includes the mastering of Big Data. Among his achievements are numerous published papers, including works on emotion detection, tweet analysis, and natural language model applications.

Content Topic of the Lecture : Augmenting Korean Emotion Data using the ChatGPT text generation

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This study focuses on text data augmentation as an effective strategy to address the limited sample size problem in natural language processing(NLP) tasks. This issue is particularly prominent in learning scenarios where data from the target domain is scarce and of low quality. A common and intuitive approach to mitigate these challenges is to perform data augmentation on the training data to better capture data invariance and increase the sample size. In cases where only emotion words from a dictionary exist without example sentences, utilization becomes difficult. This research proposes a text data augmentation approach based on ChatGPT, an advanced large-scale language model with improved language understanding capabilities. By augmenting Korean emotion data by more than twenty times, the study tests the model’s accuracy by applying a classification method based on 24 emotions and Ekman’s (1972) six emotion categories. First, the performance of the model is measured using a Korean emotion dataset consisting of words (19,617) meanings (19,617), and examples (9,335), and it is found that the model’s performance improves from a minimum of 41% to a maximum of 73% when ChatGPT-generated sentences (400,166) are added to augent the data. Additionally, a total of 164,421 sentences are generated to balance the samples with 20,000 sentences per emotion, totaling 480,000 sentences, and in this case, the balanced emotion model’s performance increases to 75%. When the Korean emotions are integrated into Ekman’s (1972) six emotions and neutral emotion, the model’s performance improves to 82%. This demonstrates the potential for expanding the applicability of Korean emotion datasets in the field of artificial intelligence and promoting the development of various emotion recognition models and application cases based on this foundation.

Kiseong Lee
Chung-Ang University
Professor

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- Ph.D in Computer Science and Engineering
- 2022-present, Professor, Humanities Research Institute, Chung-Ang University
- 2017-2022, Professor, Da Vinci College of General Education, Chung-Ang University

Content Topic of the Lecture : Augmenting Korean Emotion Data using the ChatGPT text generation

View Main Points of the Lecture

This study focuses on text data augmentation as an effective strategy to address the limited sample size problem in natural language processing(NLP) tasks. This issue is particularly prominent in learning scenarios where data from the target domain is scarce and of low quality. A common and intuitive approach to mitigate these challenges is to perform data augmentation on the training data to better capture data invariance and increase the sample size. In cases where only emotion words from a dictionary exist without example sentences, utilization becomes difficult. This research proposes a text data augmentation approach based on ChatGPT, an advanced large-scale language model with improved language understanding capabilities. By augmenting Korean emotion data by more than twenty times, the study tests the model’s accuracy by applying a classification method based on 24 emotions and Ekman’s (1972) six emotion categories. First, the performance of the model is measured using a Korean emotion dataset consisting of words (19,617) meanings (19,617), and examples (9,335), and it is found that the model’s performance improves from a minimum of 41% to a maximum of 73% when ChatGPT-generated sentences (400,166) are added to augent the data. Additionally, a total of 164,421 sentences are generated to balance the samples with 20,000 sentences per emotion, totaling 480,000 sentences, and in this case, the balanced emotion model’s performance increases to 75%. When the Korean emotions are integrated into Ekman’s (1972) six emotions and neutral emotion, the model’s performance improves to 82%. This demonstrates the potential for expanding the applicability of Korean emotion datasets in the field of artificial intelligence and promoting the development of various emotion recognition models and application cases based on this foundation.

<Discussion>

Tim Cheongho Lee
Sangmyung University
Assistant Professor

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- 2020. 9. 1. - present , Assistant Professor, Sangmyung University
- 2019. 3.17. - present, President, IAAE
- 2018. 3. 1. - 2018. 8.31. Professor, Sejong University
- 2015. 8.19. - 2016. 5.31. John A Logan College, Instructor of Philosophy

Byun, Sunyong
Seoul National University of Education
Professor

• [Session #2] 15:20 - 18:00 Creative Errors in Artificial Intelligence and Machines

Moderator / Presentation
Park Pyungjong
Chung Ang University, Humanities Research Institute
Research Professor

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- Graduated from department of Photography, Chung-Ang University,
- PhD, Department of Aesthetics, Université Paris 10 Nanterre
- Major papers <The birth of computational image - from apparatus to algorithm>, <Miscalculation Image - Algorithm’s Challenge> and many others

Content Topic of the Lecture : Aesthetic potential of image generative artificial intelligence

Main Points of the Lecture : This lecture deals with what kind of creative possibilities the images produced by errors in generative artificial intelligence show. The aesthetic meaning of errors is examined by classifying images collected from an image generation platform using adversarial generative neural networks by type and analyzing how the visual effects of the images differ from works of art produced by human artists.

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Sangwoo Park
Seoul National University
Professor

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- Member of steering committee of the Society of Korean Photography
- Planning member of Institute for Culture and Arts, Seoul National University
- Member of the Editorial Board of the Korean Society of Aesthetics and Science of Art
- Member of the Editorial Board of Korea Association for History of Modern Art
- Director of Center for Arts and Culture Research, Seoul National University

Content Topic of the Lecture : Error and Photography Art

Main Points of the Lecture: Error has been mistaken for something “wrong” in the art of photography. However, error is positioned as a new source of creativity in avant-garde and contemporary art of 1920’s.
Lee, Jae-Joon
Research Institute of Humanities Sookmyung Women’s University
Assistant Professor

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- Assistant Professor, Institute of Humanities, Sookmyung Women's University
- Majored in psychology and aesthetics
- Research interests include minorities' heterogeneity and affective community, and contemporary art criticism based on thing theory

Content Topic of the Lecture : Cracks in the Mirror: The End of Machine-Anthropomorphism

<Discussion>

Park Ju Seok
Myongji University
Professor

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- Professor of Graduate School of Records, Archives & Information, Myongji University
- Director of Research Institute for the Visual Language of Korea, Myongji University
- Member of National Archives and Records Management Committee

Park, Choong-Shik
Dept. of Smart IT, U1 univ.
Endowed-Chair Professor

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- Korea Intelligent Inforamtion Systems Society, Auditor
- The Korean Association for Posthuman Society, Vice President

[13:30 – 15:30 Celebrity’s Lecture (#214~216) ]

• Diversified Planning Strategy & Production Story: OTT Originals and TV Series in the turbulent platform market

Moderator
Lee, Sang-Ho
Kyungsung University
Professor

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- 30+ years of experience in media under his belt
- Professor, Dept. of Media Content, Kyungsung University
- Member of the Broadcasting Market Investigation Committee, Korea Communications Commission
- Director, Busan Content Market
- President, Degree Show Korea Committee
- Consultation on media companies such as KTV / MBC / KT etc.
- 100+ academic studies about media innovation on domestic and international academic journals
- Author & translator of 14 media-related books

<Discussion>

YOO JONG SUN
Camera Lucida
Director

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- 2016 KBS <Descendants of the Sun> Producer
- 2016 KBS Drama Special <Red Teacher> Director
- 2018 tvN Drama Stage <Not Played> Director
- 2019 tvN <Designated Survivor 60 Days> Director
- 2023 Genie TV <Pale Moon> Director

PARK MIN SEOL
KT STUDIO GENIE
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

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- 2018-2021 Sony Pictures Television Production Director: <Leverage>
- 2021~ KT Studio Genie Executive Producer: <Good Job> <Gaus Electronics> <Strangers Again> <Pale Moon>

LEE SI WOO
NPIO ENT
ACTOR

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- 2023 Genie TV <Pale Moon>
- 2022 KBS <Drama Special 2022 : The Stain>
- 2020 tvN <Hi Bye, Mama>

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DAY 3 (Fri. 02 June, 2023)

[9:30 – 17:30 ICAIH 2023 (#211~213)]

• 9:30 – 10:00 Opening Ceremony

Opening remarks Moderator
Chankyu Lee
Professor of Chung-Ang University/
Director of Humanities Content Research Institute
Yi Yumi
Chung-Ang University
Professor

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- Professor, Humanities Research Institute, Chung-Ang University
- Former Assistant Professor, Da Vinci College of General Education, Chung-Ang University
- PhD in Korean Linguistics, Chung-Ang University

• 10:00 – 12:00 Keynote Speech

Moderator
Lee, Jeonghyun
Humanities Research Institute, Chung-Ang University
Research Professor

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- Research Professor, Humanities Research Institute, Chung-Ang University
- ICTD Research Fellow, United Nations University Institute in Macau
- Ph.D. in Communication, North Carolina State University

Keynote Speech
Clare Stark
UNESCO
UN Coordination Officer

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l am a UN Coordination Officer at the United Nations, Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization in Paris, France. l jointed UNESCO in 2005 and l have 20 years of experience working in the area of international relations with a focus on emerging technologies. l have authored and edited a number of publications, including for UNESCO.

Keynote Speech
KIM, JIN HYUNG
KAIST
Professor Emeritus

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From 1985 to 2014, he has taught AI at KAIST. He was the founding CEO of Software Policy Research Institute. He also served as the chairman of Open Data Strategy Council and president of JEI University. Before joining the faculty of KAIST, he worked at KIST and Hughes Research Laboratories.

Content Topic of the Lecture : Revolutionizing AI with ChatGPT : A New Leap Forward

Main Points of the Lecture : Large Language Models (LLM) such as ChatGPT show amazing conversation and emergent abilities, but they also tell baseless lies at the same time. LLM is composed of a huge neural network, making it difficult to understand the internal operational principle. Therefore, proper regulation and consideration are required for the use of AI. It is necessary to understand and utilize the limitations and nature of AI. Also, ethical concerns must be shared for the future that coexists with AI.

• [Session #1] 13:00 - 15:00 Designing Digital Gender

Moderator
Lucia LS SIU
Heinrich Böll Stiftung Hong Kong
Programme Manager

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Lucia Siu is a programme manager of Heinrich Böll Stiftung Hong Kong, responsible for dialogue projects on digitalisation, AI policies, and gender-inclusive cyberspace. She worked as a technology journalist for 7 years and taught at HK Lingnan University for 7 years. She has a PhD in Sociology, and an MSc in Science & Technology Studies from the Univ of Edinburgh.

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Adam Poulsen
The University of Sydney
Research Fellow

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Dr Adam Poulsen is a Research Fellow at the brain and Mind Centre, The University of Sydney. His research covers human-computer interaction and co-design, confronting power imbalances, value tensions, and bias in technology design. Adam’s work emphasises the inclusion of diverse communities, such as LGBTQ+ older adults.

Content Topic of the Lecture : Designing Digital Gender: Making inclusive choices in AI and robotics
Katharina Klappheck
Heinrich Böll Foundation
Head of Feminist Digital Policy Division

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Katharina Klappheck is a political scientist. They worked at the German Hygiene Museum the Technical University of Dresden. They then worked in the German Bundestag on gender equality issues, including the question of gender-equitable digitization. Katharina Klappheck is currently Head of Feminist Internet Policy Division at the Gunda Werner Institute of the Heinrich Böll Foundation.

Content Topic of the Lecture : Who do robots love?: A critical exploration of the relationship between gender binaries and robotics
Dr Aifric Campbell
Imperial College London
Lecturer, Author in Residence at Centre for Perfomance Science

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Aifric Campbell the author of four novels and teaches at Imperial College London. Her new book, The Love Makers, explores how AI and robotics are transforming the future of human love. Her journalism has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Sunday Telegraph, the Guardian, and awards include fellowships at UCLA, the Houston Museum of Fine Arts. A former investment banker at Morgan Stanley, she became the first woman managing director on the London trading floor. Aifric received her PhD from the University of East Anglia.

Content Topic of the Lecture : “of bodies new and strange”: cross disciplinary perspectives on our human machine relationships

<Discussion>

MinGi Jang
Kyungnam University, Media and Visual Arts
Assistant Professor

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- Graduated from department of politics and diplomacy, Ewha Woman’s University
- M.A, Ph.D. in Visual Communication, Yonsei University Graduate School of Communication&Art
- 2015, Win an academic award at KWACS, <Dwelling in the world of mobility :the meaning and process of place-making of homes for female youth migrants>
- 2016 Senior researcher, Korea Creative Content Agency

Nam seong il
Dongguk University
Lecturer

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- Dongguk University’s a doctor degree of philosophy graduation
- A doctor degree theme : procedural regitimacy in Habermas’s democratic constitutionalism)
- Present Dongguk University and Ajou University lecturing

• [Session #2] 15:30 - 17:30 AI, Communication, and Reality

Moderator
Rosemary Moon
Hansung University
Assistant Professor

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Rosemary Moon earned her doctorate in organizational psychology from Sogang University. She has lectured on social psychology, organizational psychology, and creativity within the organization at various universities including Sogang University, Catholic University, and Sungshin Women's University. She also served as a research professor in Artificial Intelligence Humanities at Chung-Ang University and is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Social Sciences at Hansung University.

<Presentation>

Ahram Moon
Korea Information Society Development Institute
Research Fellow

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- Ph.D in Economics, University of Southern California
- Bachelor in Mathmatics, Yonsei Univ. / Master in Econ, Seoul National Univ
- (2016~18) Assistance Professor in Economics, Tianjin University of Finance and Economics

Content Topic of the Lecture : Augmentation or substitution? The role of generative AI in human labor

Main Points of the Lecture : The emergence of generative AI is expected to augment human labor by assisting non-routine or cognitive task beyond automation that replaces routine tasks. This presentation introduces the possibility of generative AI that improves labor productivity, and explore how human and AI can cooperate to support it.
Mamello Thinyane
University of South Australia
Optus Chair of Cybersecurity and Data Science

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Mamello Thinyane is the Optus Chair of Cybersecurity and Data Science and an Associate Professor in the STEM unit at the University of South Australia. He was the Senior Research Advisor and Principal Research Fellow at the United Nations University institute in Macau, a Director of the Telkom Centre of Excellence in ICT for Development, and Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Fort Hare in South Africa.

Content Topic of the Lecture : Human and Artificial Intelligence – Complement or Substitute?
Jeffrey Kok Hui CHAN
Singapore University of Technology and Design
Assistant Professor

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Jeffrey Chan is presently assistant professor in the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences cluster and the Design and Artificial Intelligence program. He is the author of two books, ‘Sharing by Design’ (2020) and ‘Urban Ethics in the Anthropocene’ (2019).

Content Topic of the Lecture : The ethics of communicating with artifice

<Discussion>

Kang Bora
Institute for Communication Research, Yonsei
University
Research Fellow

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- PhD in Visual Communication / Media Researcher, Cultural Theorist
- Interested in the intersections of technology, culture, and society, with a particular emphasis on the ways in which media technologies shape our understanding of identity, knowledge, and affect. Published several articles on this topic in journals and books such as "Digital Media Consumption and Gender(2022, Communication Books) and "Living with AI(2020, Communication Books)"

Kim Yune Jung
Duksung Women’s University
Assistant Professor

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- PhD in Korean Language Education, EWHA Woman’s University
- Assistant Professor, Duksung Women’s University
- General Affairs Director, The Korean Association of Speech Communication
- Research Director, Korean Association for Literacy
- <Cyber Communication in Korean Education>, <A Study on How to Teach Speech Communication to Prepare for an AI Interview>, <Digital Communication Research as a University Liberal Arts Education> etc.

[10:30 – 12:30 Policy method and Issues on the Self-Rating System of Video Content (#214~216)]

• 10:30 – 10:35 Official Events

Opening / Welcome remarks
PARK, CHUN IL
Sookmyung Women’s Univ.
School of Communication & Media
Professor

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- President, Korean Society for Media Policy Studies
- Member, Committee for Media and Content Industries Development
- Director, Foundation for Broadcast Culture

• 10:35 – 11:10 Presentation

Moderator
Yoonsik Chung
Kangwon National University
Emeritus Professor

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- 1988.8 PhD in Journalism and Mass Communication, Korea University
- 1986.11-1995.2 Research Fellow, Korea Information Society Development Institute
- 1995.3-2021.8 Professor, Department of Media & Communication, Kangwon National University
- 2009.9-2012.8 Director, KBS
- 2019 Chairman, Fourth Industrial Revolution and Media Committee, KABS

Presentation
Shim Miseon
Dept. of Media Communication,
Soonchunhyang University
Professor

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- Former member of the Press Arbitration Committee
- Former Vice Chairman of the Public Opinion Concentration Committee
- Former Member of the Korea Communications Commission's Viewer's Rights Committee
- Member of Korea Communications Commission Universal Viewing Rights Committee
- Self-evaluation committee member of the Ministry of Culture

Content Topic of the Lecture : Policy Issues on the Self-Rating System of Video Content

Main Points of the Lecture : Korea has long enforced content regulations on video contents. The self-grading system is a just regulation that is used at the pre-regulation stage. We look at the current state of the self-grading system for various video contents, and learn about the problems of the self-grading system and future improvement plans.

• 11:15 - 12:30 Roundtable

Koh, Heungseok
Kunsan National University
Assistant Professor

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- Assistant Professor, Dept. of Media and Culture, Kunsan National University
- General Affairs Director, Korean Society for Journalism and Communication Studies
- Planning Director, Korean Association for Broadcasting & Telecommunication Studies
- Center Director, Policy Planning Center, Korea IPTV Broadcasting Association(KIBA)
- Researcher, Media Planning Team, MBC

Hwalbin Kim
Kangwon National University
Department of Media & Communication
Assistant Professor

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- Kangwon National University, Office of Academic Affairs, Vice Dean (2022 – 2023)
- KNU, Digital Media Center, Director (2021-2022)
- G1 Viewer Committee Member (2021-2022)
- Korean Association for Broadcasting & Telecommunication Studies, Research Director (2022-2023)
- Korean Society for Media Policy Studies, General Affairs Director (2022-2023)

Bum Soo Chon
Hanyang University
Department of Media & Social Informatics
Professor
Lee, Seung Hyun
Dong Seoul University
Dept. of Broadcasting & Content
Assistant professor

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- Former Deputy director of programming and production department / Chuncheon MBC(Munwha boroadcasting corporation)

Jeonghyun Kim
School of Media & Communication,
Korea University
Professor

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- Vice President, Korean Society for Media Policy Studies
- Chairman, Korean Political Communication Association’s Politics&Policy Special Committee
- Former Member of Korea Communications Commision’s Media Diversity Committee
- Former General Affairs Director, Korean Society for Journalism and Communication Studies / Korean Association for Broadcasting & Telecommunication Studies / Korea Law & Economics Association
- Former research fellow, KISDI

Juyong Ha
Inha University
Professor

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- Former President of Korean Association for Broadcasting & Telecommunication Studies
- Former Member of the Special Advisory Committee for the Korea Communications Standards Commission
- Former Member of the Broadcasting Evaluation Committee for the Korea Communications Commission
- Former Member of the Journal Editorial Board of the Studies of Broadcasting Culture
- Board member of Internet Newspaper Standard Committee

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