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Motility in SF movies

Lecture Information

  • Date2021-12-20
  • LocationDongguk Girls' High School


Kim, Hee Kyung

Ph.D. Cultural Content, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. Currently teaching at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Kyung Hee University. Previously taught in Chung Ang University, Sookmyung Women's University, Hongik University, Inha University. Former HK Research Professor at Chung Ang University / Former Research Fellow at Research Institute of Cultural Heritage/ Sungkyunkwan University Interaction Science Institute. Published journal articles on Transformative and Transcendentalism in the Generation Principle of Trans-Media Storytelling, Domestic Research Trends (Human Content Issue 50) and Movie Elysium (1940), and a study on the utilization of local cultural story resources (Global Culture Contents 29). Ethnic cultural contents, components and types of spin-off, trans-media activism, and many other publications

1. Future prediction technology
– ‘Future prediction technology’ and machine learning
– Crime prediction technology (precrime) in the movie Minority Report (2002)
2. Biometrics
– Biometrics technology to protect personal information
– Fingerprint recognition, iris recognition, facial recognition
– Introduction of iris recognition in the Movie Minority Report
3. Motion recognition
– Video on motion recognition technology
– Introduction of data opening and storage with motion recognition in the movie Minority Report
4. Internet of Things (IoT)
– Concept and characteristics of IoT
– Introduction of IoT in the movie The Island (2006)
5. Autonomous driving and mobility
– Convenience of autonomous driving and changes in life
– News clips and introduction of 7 movies