The 95th GIST Seminar “International Policies on Emerging Technology: Current and Future Directions at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development”
The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development has for three decades been an influential source of international science and technology policy. The OECD has generated foundational concepts such as the “national innovation system” and the the “innovation policy mix”, helped create institutions to better coordinate science and innovation activities across countries, and generated international standards in areas such as open science, genetic licensing, and biobanks. Policy work on key emerging technologies has been one focus of OECD work in this vein, especially under the Working Party on Bio-, Nano-, and Coverging Technology (BNCT). Led by the leader of the BNCT Working Party, this seminar will describe the current work programme, future directions, and intellectual developments. Current technology topics include neurotechnology, gene editing, the bioeconomy, and industry 4.0. Current cross-cutting topics include ethics and “responsible innovation,” commercialisation, open science, and co-creation.
18:05-19:05 Lecture by Dr. Winickoff
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|開催日時||2018年8月31日（金） 18:00-19:30 *開場は17:30|
|講演者||David Winickoff (Senior Policy Analyst, Secretary of the Working Party on Bio-, Nano-, and Converging Technologies,at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD))|
|演 題||International Policies on Emerging Technology: Current and Future Directions at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development|
|会 場||政策研究大学院大学 4階 研究会室4B|