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Game-Changing Technologies and National Security Workshop

By 07/30/2019April 29th, 2021No Comments

On 7/26 Friday, Keio University Global Research Institute from Japan, International College of Innovation, NCCU, held a seminar focus on the topic of “Game-Changing Technologies and National Security”. The seminar was chaired by Fu Guo Liu, Dean of International College of Innovation, NCCU, and Motohiro Tsuchiya, Deputy Director of the Global Research Institute of Keio University. The seminar invited many scholars to participate. Including Dr. Eddie T.H. Chien, General Director of Dual-Use Technology Development, Ms. Mizuho Kajiwara, Visiting Institute Member, KGRI, Dr. Michito Tsuruoka, Associate Professor, Keio University, Mr. Tobias, Burgers, Project Assistant Professor, Keio University, Associate Professor, Mr. Tetsuo Kotani, Associate Professor, Meikai University, Dr. Laurence Wen-Lung Lin, Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of Strategic Studies and International Affairs, National Defense University, Dr. Lipin Tien, Associate Professor and Chairman, Department of Law, National Defense University, Dr. Chun-Nen Huang, Associate Professor, Department of Fire Science, Central Police University, Chung-Young Chang Professor, Department of Public Affair, Fo-Kuan University, and scholars from Philippines and the United States.

The seminar focused on the relationship between global governance and cybersecurity, they both discuss the impact of technological changes on national security from past to present. The seminar also discussed the potential hazard that technology can bring to national security. For example, the violation of privacy rights. How to balance and maintain the security of the Internet and privacy mainly depends on the global political situation. Asia has always played an important role in the global cyber security arena. How to demonstrate the front line of innovation, strengthen regional connections, and build a safer digital world are all closely related to global governance. Throughout this international seminar, we had not only created a network for the experts and scholars, but also conduct more research and teaching opportunities in the future with these dialogues.