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.


[Munhwa Ilbo] Culture of the AI era
2020-02-14 Munhwa Ilbo

Source (Korean): http://www.munhwa.com/news/view.html?no=2020021401033711000002

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[CBS Nocutnews] A sociologist’s suggestion about reality "Parasite" | Prof. LEE Wonjae
2020-02-12 CBS Nocutnews

Source (Korean): https://www.nocutnews.co.kr/news/5287711

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[EurekAlert!] Rachmaninoff the most innovative composer according to network science | Prof. PARK Juyong
2020-01-29 EurekAlert!

... A team of researchers from the Graduate School of Culture Technology at KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), South Korea, calculated novelty and influence scores for 900 classical piano compositions written by 19 composers between approximately 1700 and 1900. ...

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[NEWSPAPER & BROADCASTING] 2019 Press Analysis Using Big Data | Prof. LEE Wonjae
NEWSPAPER & BROADCASTING 2020-02

2019 Press Analysis Using Big Data

Prof. LEE Wonjae / KAIST Graduate School of Culture Technology


Table of Contents: http://www.kpf.or.kr/site/kpf/research/selectNewsPaperView.do?seq=575436


Shortcut: http://www.kpf.or.kr/synap/skin/doc.html?fn=ALLF_202002030958538370.pdf&a ...
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[NEWSIS] KPF, "2019–2020 Korean Press" Seminar | Prof. LEE Wonjae
2020-01-13 NEWSIS

Source (Korean): http://www.newsis.com/view/?id=NISX20200113_0000886993

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