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AI and the Future of Society Conference
April 27, 2018 | Register and April 28, 2018 | Register
JFIT is holding a two-day conference of its new research program on Digitalization Disruption and the Future of Society. Our goal is to analyze the ongoing changes associated with AI, IOT, industry 4.0 and society 5.0, with a focus on the social science perspective and the global comparison.
China's Crisis of Success
April 30, 2018 | Register
In China's rise to superpower status, William Overholt,
A Conversation with Secretary Guajardo - NAFTA 2.0: Are We There Yet?
May 1, 2018 | Register
After seven rounds of NAFTA negotiations over the past eight months, the U.S., Mexico
Continuity and Change in U.S. Nuclear Policy from the Cold War to Trump
Join us as Dr. Brad Roberts, director of the Center for Global Security Research at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, discusses how the 2018 NPR reflects both continuity and change.
The Future of Digital Health
Global President of Nokia Technologies and Pacific Leadership Fellow Gregory Lee will discuss the business opportunities and challenges for healthcare and related technologies. How do we bring the doctor’s office into the home? The digital disruption may soon make this possible. Digital health promises faster diagnosis, improved monitoring, higher rates of adherence, better preventative care, and overall higher efficacy and lower costs in healthcare. But how will we get there, and what will it take to make the system safe and sound?
How Chinese Judges Think
May 15, 2018 | Register
Drawing from original fieldwork and interviews, this talk by UC San Diego Professor Kwai Ng offers a look at the decision-making process of judges in China. Do Chinese judges follow the law and the law only? What other factors influence the judges?
Monitoring Nuclear Agreements with Iran and North Korea
Join us as John Lauder discusses these lessons from the perspective of an intelligence officer and current advisor on monitoring measures. Lauder will introduce key factors behind prior successes that are relevant to Iran and North Korea.
Chinese Reformers, Western Economists and the Making of Global China
May 24, 2018 | Register
Julian Gewirtz, a Rhodes Scholar and doctorate candidate in history at the University of Oxford, will describe how Chinese officials and intellectuals looked beyond their country’s borders for economic guidance during the transformational decade of the 1980s. This presentation is based on his book “Unlikely Partners”.
Emulation: A Korean Model of Economic Development
May 24, 2018 | Register
In this presentation, Myung-