Professor David Farber and Professor Dan Gillmor, Professor of Practice, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism, and Mass Communication, Arizona State University, are hosting a weekly online gathering with scholars, scientists, engineers, business people, and all other stakeholders in the society, to discuss and share new ideas on various topics around cyber civilization.
We initiated this online platform in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, which we are now more connected online, beyond physical border and timezone.
Here are the topics:
Oct 12 – Most of the world’s problems result from short-term thinking
Oct 5 – Open discussion
Sept 28 – Safety and Security challenges in event management
Sept 21 – Japan’s new Prime Minister and diplomatic strategy
Sept 14 – The crises over Brexit and potentially the world trade system
Sept 7 – US Election and its impact in international affairs
Aug 31- IP–Asia: Trust in Global ICT Trade
Aug 24 – The effects of COVID-19 on real estate in Asia, especially China
Aug 17 – China’s response to COVID-19
Aug 10 – A look at Australia in the COVID era
Aug 3 – Grim economic news from the USA and its possible impact on Asia
July 27 – A look at New Zealand in the COVID era
July 20 – A look at Singapore in the COVID era
July 13 – A look at India in the COVID era
July 6 – Freedom of expression in the cyber age
Jun 29 – The Budding Quantum Information Industry
Jun 22 – Covid19 and education: Can Covid19 promote disruptive educational innovation?
Jun 15 – The current and the future of supply chain
Jun 8 – The future of travel in the Covid Age
Jun 1 – Science and Public Understanding
May 25 – Journalism in the Internet and COVID Age
May 18 – Higher Education: What Happens Now
May 11 – Surveillance, tracking and privacy
May 4 – Future of Work
Apr 27 – COVID-19 and the use of technology in Asia
Apr 20 – Principles for technology-assisted contact tracing
Apr 13 – Introduction
The meetings are by invitation only and held under the Chatham House Rule – “When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed”.
If you are interested to join us, please send your name, affiliation, institution/organization to firstname.lastname@example.org.