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박영숙 듀바이 프로그램, 10월 9-12일 두바이 미래포럼에 연사로 참석

정승연 | 입력 : 2022/09/29 [15:50]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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MONDAY

10TH OCTOBER 2022


 

 

 

 

TIME

5:30 - 9:30 PM


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JUMEIRAH EMIRATES TOWERS

 

 

 

 

 

 

5:30 − 6:00 PM                Registration

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

7:30 − 9:30 PM


   OPENING SESSION   

 

Gala Dinner and Keynote

 

 


Speaker

Carlo Ratti

Director of the MIT Senseable City Lab


 

DAY 1

SESSIONS


 

TUESDAY

11TH OCTOBER 2022


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TIME

 

8:00AM - 4:45PM


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    OPENING SESSION

 

9:00 − 9:15 AM        Welcome to 2071

A AUDITORIUM

Speaker

H.E. Mohammed Al Gergawi

Minister of Cabinet Affairs, UAE

8:00 − 9:00 AM              Registration

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

9:15 9:45 AM


 

 

 

 

 

    KEYNOTE

 

The Day After the Future


 

 

A

AUDITORIUM


 

 

Speaker

Amy Webb

9:45 − 10:00 AM

Time for all to move to sessions

CEO, Future Today Institute


 

 


 

 

10:00 - 10:10 AM


 

 

    KEYNOTE

 

Regulating the Future


 

 

A

AUDITORIUM


 

What does the future look like, and how might we develop new frameworks, systems, and policies to regulate these potential futures?


 

Speaker

H.E. Ohood Al Roumi

    PANEL

10:10 - 11:00 AM

 

A AUDITORIUM

Foresight in Government

 

The impetus for governments to build tools that can enable them to develop rapid and resilient policy responses to unforeseen risks is greater than ever. In the wake of various global shocks, including the COVID-19 pandemic, the international supply chain crisis, and high energy insecurity, strategic foresight is clearly becoming a critical policymaking tool for governments around the world to look beyond expected trends and assess uncertainty. This panel will invite foresight practitioners to discuss the uses of foresight for identifying and responding to a broad range of risks.

 

Speaker

Sophie Howe

Future Generations Commissioner for Wales

Speaker

Jaana Tapanainen-Thiess

Prime Minister's Office, Finland

Speaker

Imran Arshad

Director, Policy Horizons Canada

Moderator

Eric Noël

Canada Towards 2030 Project

Minister of State for Government Development and the Future, UAE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

10:00 − 11:00 AM


 

 

    PANEL

 

Does the Future Glitch?


 

 

L7

LEVEL 7


 

Given the ubiquity of discussions around the metaverse, avatars, virtual land, and Web 3.0 it is clear that we may be close to inhabiting life, at least theoretically, in a truly digital sphere. The purpose of this discussion will be to explore some of these technologies, understand how they are emerging to become generalized, creating a potentially augmented digital ‘world’ and the potential risks and rewards they may offer for individuals, societies, governments, that will be part a “digital future”.


 

 

Speaker

James Maltby

Principal Scientist, Dstl (MOD) UK

Speaker

Toshi Hoo

Director, Emerging Media Lab, Institute for the Future

Speaker

Tea Danilov

Director, Foresight Centre

Speaker

Jerome Glenn

CEO, The Millennium Project

 

11:00 − 11:15 AM

Coffee Break

Moderator Trish Lavery OECD

 

 


 

 

11:15 12:15 PM


 

 

    PANEL

 

Futures Without Borders


 

 

A

AUDITORIUM


 

Traditionally, citizenship was considered an important part of individual and social identity, whether national or regional.

Nevertheless, the vast channels of immigration across countries, and across generations, are transforming the conventional models of citizenship - can citizenship be tied to specific requirements such as language, or in more recent times, even education, investment etc? If citizenship, and possibly identity, are malleable constructs is it likely that "borderless" nations may indeed become a reality in the future? This panel will invite experts to discuss whether citizenship, identity and geography can be unbundled to allow for truly global citizens in the future.


 

 

Speaker

Joshua Polchar

Strategic Foresight Lead, OECD

Speaker

Nnedi Okorafor

Writer, Africanfuturism Productions

Speaker

Amy Hochadel

Director of Global Business, Connected Places Catapult

 

Lunch Break

12:15 − 1:00 PM

Moderator Michal Ziso Space Architect

Discussions around the potential for humans to become an interplanetary civilization and eventually inhabit long term space settlements have gained significant momentum in recent times. It is argued that given the potential for existential risks to earth space settlement might eventually become imperative. Critics of this ambition assert that research and efforts into improving living conditions on earth by increasing sustainability and equity should take precedence over space ‘colonization’. This panel will invite experts to debate whether humans can and should strive to become an interplanetary civilization.

 

Speaker

Mark Beer

Minister of Justice, Asgardia

Speaker

Athena Coustenis

Director of Research, National Centre for Scientific Research, Paris-Meudon Observatory

Speaker

Diego Urbina

Team Lead, Future Projects and Exploration Space Applications Services

L7 LEVEL 7

Beyond Mission Hope

11:15 − 12:15 PM

    PANEL

Moderator Scott Smith Changeist

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1:00 − 1:45PM


 

 

    KEYNOTE

 

What’s next for our species?


 

 

A

AUDITORIUM


 

Where do we go from here and what does it mean?


 

 

Speaker

Michio Kaku

1:45 - 2:00PM

Coffee Break

Theoretical Physicist and Futurist

 

 


 

 

2:00 − 2:45 PM


 

 

    LIGHTNING TALK

 

Defining Our Risk


 

 

A

AUDITORIUM


 

In this session panelists will explore the key existential ‘risks’ facing humans today and how, if at all, these risks could perceivably be mitigated. Panelists will navigate through

low-probability high-impact risks and estimate the potential capabilities of future technologies in enabling us to face these risks using visual narratives to describe the various prospects facing us, realistic and imaginative.


 

 

Speaker

Shermon Cruz

Chair, Association of Professional Futurists

Speaker

Alisha Bhagat

Futures Lead, Forum for the Future

Speaker

Michael Costigan

VP Salesforce Futures, Salesforce

 

    CONVERSATION

2:00 − 2:45 PM

 

L3 LEVEL 3

Thank You for Sharing

 

This session will explore what digital currencies in the future will actually consist of; for example, could personal data effectively be monetized by businesses and how could it, as a medium of exchange, be used to pay for digital services? The session will highlight a potential role for individuals in the data ecosystem, given that they are constantly generating data without being able to directly benefit from it should individuals control their data and earn revenue from it?

 

Speaker

Sylvie Delacroix

Co-Chair, Data Trusts Initiative

Speaker

Astha Kapoor

Co-Founder, Aapti Institute

Moderator

Melanie Subin

Future Today Institute

Moderator Andrew Blau Deloitte

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

2:00 − 2:45 PM


 

 

 

 

 

    LIGHTNING TALK

 

Defining Our Risk


 

 

L7

LEVEL 7


 

In this session panelists will explore the key existential ‘risks’ facing humans today and how, if at all, these risks could perceivably be mitigated. Panelists will navigate through

low-probability high-impact risks and estimate the potential capabilities of future technologies in enabling us to face these risks using visual narratives to describe the various prospects facing us, realistic and imaginative.


 

 

Speaker

Anders Sandberg

Senior Research Fellow, Future of Humanity Institute

Speaker

Josef Hargrave

Director and Global Foresight Leader, Arup

Speaker

Sophie Heading

Global Geopolitics Lead, Global Clients and Markets, KPMG International

 

Moderator

Lucy Kimbell

    DEBATE

2:45 − 3:45 PM

 

L7 LEVEL 7

Blue or Red Pill: The Digital Divide

 

The widespread use and adoption of digital technologies, such as personal computers and internet connectivity, has undoubtedly increased access to knowledge and economic opportunities across most communities. Nevertheless, it is increasingly argued that despite having an equalizing influence in some geographies the lack of access to digital technologies is widening the gap between the connected and unconnected or under connected. This session will invite panelists to discuss to what extent digital access is improving or deteriorating social and economic equity.

 

Speaker

Eva-Marie Muller-Stuler

Partner Data & AI, Ernst & Young

Speaker

Vilas Dhar

President, Patrick J. McGovern Foundation

Speaker

'Gbenga Sesan

Executive Director, Paradigm Initiative

Speaker

Anca Bogdana Rusu

Head of Public Sector, cLabs

Moderator

Max Di Luca

University of Birmingham

Social Design Institute

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

2:45 3:45 PM


 

 

 

 

    DEBATE

 

How Do We Keep the Lights On?


 

 

A

AUDITORIUM


 

The ongoing energy transition, the process of replacing fossil fuels with low carbon and/or renewable energy sources, has been identified as a key policy priority across economies. It is likely however that the transition will differ significantly across geographies whereas some countries may be better prepared to transition to more sustainable alternatives with marginal economic compromise others may have more difficult choices to make by forgoing growth or even development. This debate will invite experts to weigh the energy transition against the argument for economic growth and prosperity and question what the true costs sustainability will be.


 

Speaker

Nisreen Lahham

Head of Boards of Trustees, Futures Studies Forum for Africa and the Middle East

Speaker

Lourdes Vega

Director, Research and Innovation Center on CO2 and Hydrogen, Khalifa University

Speaker

Geraldine Wessing

Chief Political Analyst, Shell plc

Speaker

Angeliki Kapoglou

Strategy and Innovation, European Space Agency

 

Moderator

Jonathan Radcliffe

3:45 − 4:00 PM

Time for all to move to Auditorium

University of Birmingham

 

 


 

 

4:00 4:45 PM


 

 

    CONVERSATION

 

Experiential Futures


 

 

A

AUDITORIUM


 

 

Speaker

Stuart Candy

Director, Situation Lab at Carnegie Mellon

Speaker

Jake Dunagan

Director, Governance Futures Lab, Institute for the Future

 

Moderator

Madeline Ashby

Science Fiction Writer and Futurist


 

End of Day 1

 
   

 

There will be sessions taking place simultaneously across the two days in three main locations: Auditorium, Level 7 and the Museum Levels (2,3,4 and 5).

THE AGENDA CAN BE READ BY LOCATION.

 

MUSEUM OF THE FUTURE


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


DAY 2

SESSIONS

WEDNESDAY

12TH OCTOBER 2022

TIME

8:00AM - 4:30PM

MUSEUM OF THE FUTURE

There will be sessions taking place simultaneously across the two days in three main locations: Auditorium, Level 7 and the Museum Levels (2,3,4 and 5).

THE AGENDA CAN BE READ BY LOCATION.

8:00 9:00 AM

 

 

 

 

9:00 9:15 AM


 

 Registration

 

    OPENING SESSION

 

 

Ethics in an Artificial Age


 

A  AUDITORIUM


 

Speaker

H.E. Omar Sultan Al Olama

Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy, and Remote Work Applications, UAE


 

 

 

9:15 − 9:45 AM


 

 

 

 

    KEYNOTE

 

 

A History of the Future of Humans


 

 

A

AUDITORIUM


 

Speaker

Jamie Metzl

9:45 − 10:00 AM

Time for all to move to sessions

Founder and Chair, OneShared.World


 

 


 

 

10:00 − 11:00 AM


 

 

    DEBATE

 

 

The Rise of the Private Sector Regulator


 

 

A

AUDITORIUM


 

Government has typically been the final regulator for corporations. However, with the rise of big tech, private sector entities have not only heavily influenced policy, but have actually worked with government to develop new regulations. Given that advances in technology sectors outstrip the pace at which policymakers can respond it is increasingly critical for regulators to balance their mandate to regulate and safeguard societies and economies while still spurring innovation and attracting investment and talent. This session will invite panelists to discuss whether the private sector entities could eventually become self-regulating, and if so, what will this mean for the role of government.


 

Speaker

Clem Bezold

Co-Founder, Public Sector Foresight Network

 

Speaker

Blaž Golob

Chairman and CEO, GoForesight Institute and HeliotEurope Country Manager

 

Moderator

Jacob Ellis

    DEBATE

10:00 − 11:00 AM

Welcome to Ever-Lasting Life

L7 LEVEL 7

In recent times scientific advances and breakthroughs are making human longevity an increasingly feasible endeavor. Researchers are parsing out the biological mechanisms of aging in order to slow or even reverse the process. They assert that slowing down or even reversing the aging process will help counter diseases and degeneration that are the source of ailments such as such as heart disease, dementia and cancer. Nevertheless, such advances have been met with significant debate on the societal impact of human longevity, not only due to the strain on resources which may result from longer life spans but also ethical concerns of interfering with the natural and critical process of aging. This session will invite experts to debate the concerns surrounding scientific breakthroughs in human longevity.

 

Speaker

Jose Cordeiro

Vice Chair, Humanity Plus

 

Speaker

James Kirkland

Noaber Foundation Professor of Aging Research, Mayo Clinic

 

Speaker

Alex Zhavoronko

Founder and CEO, Insilico Medicine

 

Moderator

Bronwyn Williams

Metanomic

11:00 − 11:15 AM

Coffee Break

Office of the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

11:15 − 12:00 PM


 

 

    PANEL

 

 

Foresight in Government


 

 

A

AUDITORIUM


 

The impetus for governments to build tools that can enable them to develop rapid and resilient policy responses to unforeseen risks is greater than ever. In the wake of various global shocks, including the COVID-19 pandemic, the international supply chain crisis, and high energy insecurity, strategic foresight is clearly becoming a critical policymaking tool for governments around the world to look beyond expected trends and assess uncertainty. This panel will invite foresight practitioners to discuss the uses of foresight for identifying and responding to a broad range of risks.


 

Speaker

Maria Langan-Reicrof

Director, Strategic Futures Group, National Intelligence Council

 

Speaker

Jeanette Kwek Huixian

Head, Centre for Strategic Futures, Prime Minister's Office Singapore

Speaker

Tiina Neuvonen

Strategic Foresight Lead, UN Global Pulse

 

Moderator

Steven Kenney

    CONVERSATION

11:15 − 12:00 PM

What are Future Museums?

L2 LEVEL 2

Join Museum of the Future Creative Director Brendan McGetrick and Berlin’s Futurium Director Dr. Stefan Brandt for a conversation about different approaches to future oriented museums and ways we might exhibit possible futures. This discussion will be facilitated by Nico Daswani who is currently developing a new future-oriented destination in Switzerland, and was formerly Head of Arts and Culture at the World Economic Forum.

 

Speaker

Brendan McGetrick

Creative Director, Museum of the Future

 

Speaker

Stefan Brandt

Director, Futurium

 

Moderator

Nico Daswani

The Imaginarium

12:15 − 1:00 PM

Lunch Break

Middle East Institute

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1:00 1:45 PM


 

 

    DEBATE

 

 

To Trade or Not to Trade


 

 

L7

LEVEL 7


 

In recent times arguments to strengthen domestic and local production in favor of foreign trade have gained significant momentum due to global supply chain disruptions and geopolitical tensions. The longer term impact however of domestic production may reverse the openness of existing global trade models and treaties which favour free trade over import substitution. This debate will invite experts to weigh the case for domestic production against the existing global trade paradigm.


 

Speaker

Lin Kayser

Founder and CEO, Hyperganic Group

 

Speaker

Chinua Labor

Commercial Director, Keolis MHI

 

Moderator

TBC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

2:00 2:45 PM


 

 

    LIGHTNING TALKS

1:00 − 1:45 PM

 

L2 LEVEL 2

The New Beings

 

New technologies are increasingly able to mimic and replicate human functions and even behaviour. Such advances are giving rise to the question how can we distinguish humans from machines, if at all. If we can define what it means to be human at which point should artificial intelligence, algorithms and robots be considered living, albeit technological, human beings?

 

Speaker

Madeline Ashby

Science Fiction Writer and Futurist

 

Speaker

Youngsook Park

Chair, UN Future Forum

 

Speaker

Catarina Tully

Managing Director, School of International Futures

 

Moderator

Joana Lenkova

The LEGO Group

1:45 - 2:00PM

Time to set up L7 for Interactive Workshop

    INTERACTIVE FORESIGHT WORKSHOP

 

 

The Year Ahead


 

 

L7

LEVEL 7


 

What do you do when you have 400 of the smartest people all in one room? Start futuring! Join us for this extended, interactive session where we ask you what you think might lie ahead in 2023, what we should be paying attention to, and what smart governments, companies and societies should be doing about it. This is your chance to help shape the future of Dubai. All participants and speakers welcome.


 

Led by

    DEBATE

2:00 − 2:45 PM

Wealth: Beyond Value

A  AUDITORIUM

Traditional monetary and commercial exchange has long been accepted as the global standard for measuring wealth, value and economic progress. However, it is increasingly argued that the international monetary system is seeing a complete transformation driven by the advent of new technologies that are not only replacing standard mechanisms for exchange, such as fiat currencies and banks, but also creating new forms of wealth and value. This discussion will explore the potential shift away from traditional monetary and commercial forms of value towards social and intellectual capital and the role emerging technologies will play in creating alternative forms of wealth and assets in the future.

 

Speaker

Duncan Cass-Beggs

Counsellor for Strategic Foresight, OECD

 

Speaker

Susann Roth

Chief of Knowledge Management, Asian Development Bank

 

Speaker

Joseph Raczynski

Technologist and Futurist, Thomson Reuters

 

Moderator

Vilas Dhar

Patrick J. McGovern Foundation

2:45 − 3:15 PM

Coffee Break

Dubai Future Foundation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

3:15 4:00 PM

 

L7

LEVEL 7


 

 

 

 

 

    PANEL

 

 

Educating the Future: Teaching Foresight for the Next Generation

 

How do we educate the next generation of futurists? Join this esteemed panel of foresight educators and practitioners as they share their lessons and insights from decades of foresight education; what works, what doesn’t, what is changing, and what is coming next.


 

Speaker

Peter Bishop

Executive Director, Teach the Future, Inc.

 

Speaker

Erik F. Øverland

President, World Futures Studies Federation

 

Speaker

Ozcan Saritas

Head of Laboratory for Science & Technology Studies, University of Manchester & HSE University

 

Moderator

Susan Cox-Smith

    PANEL

3:15 − 4:00 PM

 

L5 LEVEL 5

The Surface of the Moon

 

Terraformation – the process of modifying the atmosphere, temperature or ecology of a planet to make it habitable – may have been widely viewed as science fiction in the past.

Nevertheless, in recent times, advances in scientific research have suggested that terraforming Mars, the Moon or even potentially the Earth may be possible. This panel invites experts to discuss the potential of terraformation to allow humans to become an interplanetary civilization and/or adapt to climate.

 

Speaker

Chuanfei Dong

Staff Scientist, Princeton University

 

Speaker

Nidhal Guessoum

Professor of Physics, American University of Sharjah

 

Moderator

TBC

4:00 − 4:15 PM

Time for all to move to Auditorium

Changeist

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

4:15 4:30 PM


 

 

    CLOSING SESSION

 

 

Closing Session


 

 
   

 

 

 

A

AUDITORIUM


 

Speaker

H.E. Khalfan Belhoul

CEO, Dubai Future Foundation

 
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