MITA2019 Design  Programdownloaded
Final Update date: June 24, 2019, PM 5
MITA2019 Palce: A1 building (University of Economics and Law(UEL))
Presentation Guideline
Oral Presentation
Presenters are required to report to the session chair before the session starts. The presentation of Oral session is 15 minutes including discussion (3 minutes). 

Poster Presentation

Please print out the presentation materials in A1 size.
Each poster will be attached to a board (4 ft (L) × 10 ft (H)) identified by a paper ID. Please prepare a poster in portrait (not landscape) format, size A1. 

The poster presenter should prepare oral presentations for a summary of up to one minute.


Invited Speech

1. Speaker:  Prof. Makoto Naruse (University of Tokyo, Japan)

Title: Decision Making by Photons 

Summary: Decision making in dynamically changing uncertain environments is one of the most important elements in information and communications technologies. Here we present our recent research on accelerating decision making by classical and quantum light. By utilizing the wave-particle duality of single photons, the exploratory action in decision making is physically experimentally realized, leading to autonomous decision making. The principle is transformed to ultrafast laser chaos where the chaotically oscillated irregular time series provides fast and scalable decision-making abilities. We also present entangled-photon decision maker for achieving social benefit maximization and ensuring fairness and equality among individuals. Theories and applications of photonic decision makers are reviewed.


2. Speaker: Prof. Naveen Chilamkurti (La Trobe University, Australia)

Title: Blockchain: A technology for security beyond Cryptocurrency

Summary: Blockchains evolution has been compared to the early rising of the Internet. Last decade Blockchain technology has been widely used in design and development of cryptocurrency. Little we know that Blockchain technology has the ablility to enhance and may also be a game changer in various industries such as Health, Energy, Manufacturing and particularly Financial services. This talk will give an overview of this technology and how this disruptive technology has great potential in various industries including cybersecurity. 

3. Speaker: Dr. Jong-Wook Choi (CEO of MarkAny, Korea)

Title: Blockchain: A Tool for Enhancing Productivity in Service Industry

Summary: Blockchain has evolved very rapidly, even if the first application appeared only ten years only, from a platform of cyber-currency to a platform of business transactions. Excitement of the trust generation mechanism of blockchain technology, based on immutability of the transaction authenticated and signed by participants and transparency, has led to various prototype projects: real-estate registration, public services, banking transaction, tracing supply chains between original producers to final users, etc. in 2017-2019. Recently, it has become evident that much higher productivity can be achieved through building block-chained systems on top of trust mechanism. In addition, when it is combined with RPA and AI technologies, the enhancement of productivity can be accelerated. In this session, some examples of productivity enhancement implemented in Korea will be shown. 

4. Speaker: Prof. Insook Choi (University of Salford, United Kingdom)

Title: Future Audience and AI Citizenship: Implications for Creative Industries

Summary: Already living with and anticipating more engaged life with AI, how well prepared are we? The recent international discourse on AI governance heavily weighs on AI accountability. This keynote offers a perspective on the new horizon of future audience and AI citizenship. In the context of UK Industry 4.0, the presentation will describe how media information systems will play the most critical role for future audiences, and how human experience is placed at the heart of UK’s four industry grand challenges. Preparing for an audience of the future along with improving AI accountability, are necessary ingredients towards developing a mutual citizenship that may disrupt existing value systems. Focus through the lens of creative practice illuminates the implications in future creative industries. The presentation unfolds tangible materials from an interactive/immersive installation at Venice Biennale 2019 to demonstrate the role of media information systems and Internet of Intelligent Things (IoIT). Preliminary findings on present conditions may yield insights as to where to begin to prepare the audience of the future.