- Posted by JGlenn
- On 26 June 2013
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The former head of Information Technology at the UN in New York with whom I discussed creating a collective intelligence for the Secretary-General of the UN several years ago (the idea got lost in politics), is now the head of future strategy for the new President of Korea. I met with him at the Blue House (Office of the President) about future collaboration with MP.
MoneyToday Media and its K.E.Y Platform conference brought me to Korea to give the closing planetary address on the next big technologies.
http://www.mt.co.kr/view/mtview.php?type=1&no=2013061912511200827&outlink=1 I also keynoted a special session of the new Ministry of Science, ICT, and Future Planning on emerging technologies and the “Creative Economy” (the new thrust of Korean policy). Television coverage – I start about 2 minutes into the TV reporting at: http://www.channelit.co.kr/news/articleView.html?idxno=361791
Youngsook Park, Chairwoman of The Millennium Project Korean Node put together an excellent series of meetings, and talks with universities in Busan http://news20.busan.com/controller/newsController.jsp?newsId=20130622000062 and Daejun http://news.naver.com/main/read.nhn?mode=LSD&mid=sec&sid1=101&oid=003&aid=000521984 as well as a workshop with the Korean Node and its Social Network Services Forum with its new outreach with twitterians, youth programs, and friendship ambassadors to the media word.
http://www.indaily.co.kr/client/news/newsView.asp?nBcate=F1002&nMcate=M1003&nScate=&nIdx=17098&cpage=1&nType=1 Youngsook said there were some 30 articles appeared about the visit to South Korea. The Millennium Project continues a high profile in South Korea.