Graduate School of Culture Technology was established in 2005 under the support of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. It aims to promote the domestic cultural content business as future nation core key industries through fostering interdisciplinary top-level human resources based on cutting-edge technology with grafting cultural arts and sociology.


[MoneyToday] "Polarization masks the nature of conflict ..." | Prof. LEE Wonjae
2020-05-24 MoneyToday

Article (in Korean): https://news.mt.co.kr/mtview.php?no=2020052317177610678


 
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[Kyunghyang] [Expert World - PARK Juyong’s Futurama]①If human and robot are ‘all the same’… human or robot? | Prof. PARK Juyong
2020-05-21 Kyunghyang Shinmun

Article (in Korean): http://news.khan.co.kr/kh_news/khan_art_view.html?artid=202005212040005


Graphic | HYUN Jaeho
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[Herald Biz] IT Science Column – Einstein & Picasso’s 4-dimensional imagination | Prof. PARK Juyong
2020-05-21 Herald Biz

[IT Science Column] Einstein & Picasso’s 4-dimensional imagination

Prof. PARK Juyong, KAIST Graduate School of Culture Technology

Article (in Korean): http://news.heraldcorp.com/view.php?ud=20200521000534

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Tenure-Track Faculty Position Openings
Graduate School of Culture Technology (GSCT)-KAIST invites applications for tenure-track faculty positions in the following areas:
  1. Digital Content Technology (Audio, Music, Games, HCI, Design, Visual Computing, Media Arts)
  2. Cultural Complex Systems and Data Science (Networks, Data Mining, Visualization)
  3. Science Art and Technology-Based Exhibiti ...
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[JoongAng Ilbo] [KWON Hyuk-joo, Editorial Writer] Left and right coins are nourishment of YouTube fake news
2020-04-09 JoongAng Ilbo

Article (Korean): https://news.joins.com/article/23750463

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