- Posted by JGlenn
- On 15 September 2012
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Digital Media City in Seoul brought me to South Korea to keynote their 10th anniversary conference. The following day of the conference, Youngsook Park, Chairwoman of The Millennium Project Korean Node and I conducted a workshop on futures methods for Humanities and Technology Convergence Institute (Environmental Scanning including the forthcoming Global Futures Collective Intelligence System, the Futures Wheel, Cross-Impacts, Scenarios, State of the Future Index, and Real-Time Delphi)
Youngsook Park and I also met with government and business leaders who were interested in the possibilities of creating Collective Intelligence Systems and State of the Future Indexes for both South Korea and for Seoul, as well as Futures Research Training programs.
This two-day visit ended with a delightful dinner with Joonmo Kwon co-Chair of the Arts/Media Node and several others from the academic community one of which asked that her university would be the first to buy an annual subscription to the Global Futures CIS when it is ready.
All the best,