A Collection of blogs exploring the impact of digital technology on society

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AI(Artificial Intelligence) and e-learning

​The Brookings Institution in the U.S. said AI technology has evolved.  We have published a report that outlines the impact on education and related issues.​​ ​The development of AI (Artificial Intelligence) and emerging technology (ET).  Change the job structure.  It… Continue Reading →

Who will win the run of education and technology?

Education is the biggest reason why mankind has been able to grow and develop. Prehistoric education was literally aimed at “survival.” This way, you can catch animals, you can make fire, you can plant crops, etc. They carried out education… Continue Reading →

smart media environment has been changed a lot

The smart media environment, represented by TGIF (Twitter, Google, iPhone and Facebook), is changing the way social members interact, interact and acquire information. We are also more lonely in the extended network of relationships that has enabled new communication technologies…. Continue Reading →

Record daily life : Vlog

Vlog is a combination word of video and blog. Vlog refers to content that captures one’s daily life in a video unlike in the past, which was recorded in a text or photo. Nowadays, Z Generation is crazy about V-logging…. Continue Reading →

Analog esthetic: Why does analogue still popular in a digital world?

In digital society, the existence of cameras is now a very important device for people. In fact, there were already cell phones with built-in cameras even before smartphones were introduced, but now the camera has gone beyond the function of… Continue Reading →

A New Way Of Enjoying Art : SELFIE?

In Manhattan, New York, there is a kind of candy museum with Art works and sculptures made with candy are hung everywhere. Vincent Van Gogh’s masterpiece, “The Starry Night,” was made up of 15,000 candies. Since its opening in August 2018, the museum… Continue Reading →

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