Keynote 1: Synergy between Dublin Core and AI

Starts at
Mon, Nov 6, 2023, 09:30 South Korea Time
( 06 Nov 23 00:30 UTC )
Finishes at
Mon, Nov 6, 2023, 10:30 South Korea Time
( 06 Nov 23 01:30 UTC )
Gyeongha Hall 1
Sam Oh


Unleashing the synergy between Dublin Core and AI: Enriching Metadata and Enhancing AI Training

  • Sung-Hyon Myaeng

    KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

    Dr. Myaeng is an Endowed professor in School of Computing, KAIST. Including his recent position as Director of Center for Digital Humanities and Computations Social Sciences, he took several responsibilities. For industrial joint research, he founded KAIST-Samsung SDS AI Research Center and served as the DIrector for KAIST-Microsoft Research Collaboration Center for 10 years. Academically, he created Web Science & Technology Division with a World Class University (WCU) funding and served as Associate Vice President for International Office at KAIST. Previously he was on the faculty in School of Information Studies, Syracuse University, where he was granted tenure in 1994.


  • Sam Oh

    Sunkyunkywan University and DCMI

    Sam Oh is a Distinguished Professor for Global Affairs at Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul Korea, the current executive director for the DCMI, and chairs the ISO/IEC JTC1/SC34 (Document Description & Processing Languages) and ISO TC46/SC9 (Identification & Description) committees. He represents the National Library of Korea on the DCMI Governing Board.

    His main research interest is in the area of metadata and ontology modeling. He has extensive experience in consulting companies and government sectors regarding design of metadata and ontologies. He taught courses such as database design, Web database design, designing XML and metadata schemas, ontology modeling, information architecture, and designing knowledge management systems.

    He received his Ph.D. in Information Science and Technology from Syracuse University, NY, USA in 1995 and worked for the Information School at the University of Washington for 4 years (1994-1998) prior to taking his current post.