Where is Asia Going? Mobility as an Aspect of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Join the US-Asia Technology Management Center for the first session in our 2021 Autumn Seminar Series, Mobility: Asia Moves Forward in the 4th Industrial Revolution.
New technologies, especially data-based analytics and automation tools, are causing transformational changes in work patterns and lifestyles around the world that can be referred to as the Fourth Industrial Revolution. A major feature of this revolution is increased mobility — not only new ways in which people and goods move (or are moved) but new things that people can do while on the go, such as mobile banking, shopping, telehealth, education, and remote work. This presentation will provide an overview on the advent of new mobility patterns in Asia, with focus on areas in which Asia innovators may actually be moving ahead of the U.S.
SPEAKER: Dr. Richard Dasher, Director, US-Asia Technology Management Center, Stanford University
Dr. Richard Dasher has directed the US-Asia Technology Management Center since 1994 and is Adjunct Professor of East Asia Languages and Cultures at Stanford University. From 1998 – 2017, he served concurrently as Executive Director of the Center for Integrated Systems (now Stanford System X Alliance) and held Consulting Professor appointments in the Department of Electrical Engineering. In 2004, Dr. Dasher became the first non-Japanese person to join the governance of a Japanese national university, serving on the Board of Directors and then on the Management Council of Tohoku University until 2011. Other service (selected) includes the Program Committee of the World Premier International Research Center Initiative (WPI) of MEXT since its founding in 2007, and advisory roles with research institutes, accelerators, and nonprofits in Asia, Canada, and the U.S.
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The series begins September 23, 2021 and continues weekly until December 2, 2021. Seminars will be held online via Zoom only, Thursdays, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM, with informal networking following until approximately 7:30 PM (PST). There will not be a session on November 25, 2021 due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
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