About This Camp

The APNG Camp is a venue where future Internet leaders of the Asia Pacific region learn from and work with experts from different sectors. The camp fosters discussion, collaboration, and multidisciplinary research among participants and mentors centered on digital society and its opportunities from Asian perspectives.

Theme

Adapting to the New Normal Through Online Learning and

E-services in Health, and Education


Camp Schedule

Save to Google Calendar


Speech Summary

COVID-19 accelerates innovations of digitization with the Internet in all business sectors. Especially, the education and healthcare business has experienced huge impacts for their basic and essential business structure. For example, we realize that a lot of educational activities can be by online without physical appearance and that lectures can be not for few dozens in physical lecture room, but for millions in the Internet and in the cyber space, i.e., without the limitation of time, location, age or gender. This is "un-wire-ing" from anchors connected to physical domain. This shall lead the innovation of all systems on the globe with Internet-by-Design.


Speaker Bio

He received the B.E. and M.E. degrees from Kyushu University in 1985 and 1987, and received Ph.D from the University of Tokyo in 1998. In 1987, he joined Toshiba Corporation. From 1990 to 1991, he has been at Bellcore Inc., New Jersey (USA), as a residential researcher. From 1994 to 1996, he has been at Columbia University (USA). During his staying at Columbia University, he has proposed the CSR architecture, i.e., an origin of MPLS(Multi-Protocol Label Switching), to IETF. From 1996 to 1998, he has conducted the CSR project in Toshiba, as a chief architect. He is an executive director of IPv6 promotion council, a vice chair of JPNIC (Japan Network Information Center), an IPv6 Forum Fellow, a director of WIDE Project, director of Japan Data Center Council, a director of Green University of Tokyo Project and Chief Architect of Digital Agency Japan.



VIXION: A Low-Bandwidth Solution to Inclusive Online Learning with AI Proctoring

Psylocke Antonio


How Technology Changes Old Habits in Education System in Junior High School 142

Aditya Murti Kusuma Atmaja


Online Oral Assessment Support System for Large-Scale Japanese Speaking Courses Abroad

Yuka Kataoka


Role of Library on Community Development in Myanmar

Thant Thaw Kaung


Pro, Cons, and Security Issues with E-Learning Platforms

Alice Lau


Form Development Technique in Product Design Education

Ketan Madan Chaturmutha



Attack and Defense for the New Normal: Healthcare and Educational Institutions as Examples

Dr. Benson Wu


Outline

1. Why healthcare- medical record and Covid certificate

2. Why educational institutions - PII and resume

3. Attack techniques - info stealers and MITRE ATT&CK

4. Defense approaches - Endpoint detection and response (EDR) and AI


Speaker Bio

Dr. Benson Wu is the co-founder of CyCraft, an AI company that automates cybersecurity defense for hundreds of enterprises in Asia-Pacific region.



Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Opportunities and Challenges for Low Resource Countries

Dr. Bishesh Khanal


Abstract

The potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in transforming healthcare in Low Resource Countries. In highlighting the potential, the talk will provide examples primarily from the biomedical imaging and radiology applications. While there is an immense potential of AI in healthcare, there are also some important challenges in Low and Middile Income Countries (LMICs) like Nepal to take benefit from the advances of AI while minimizing the potential harm. I will discuss these aspects taking the example of Nepal.


Speaker Bio

Bishesh Khanal is a co-founder and director at NAAMII, a profit-not-distributing research institute in Nepal. After completing his PhD from INRIA, Sophia Antipolis, France, and Post-doctoral research at King's College London and Imperial College London UK, he moved back to Nepal due to his strong interest in strengthening the scientific research and innovation capabilities of Nepal. His key areas of interest include visual perception, learning in low resource language, machine learning, and AI with a special interest in applying them to global health problems. He believes that the advancement in computational science and AI has provided a unique opportunity for resource-constrained countries to explore exciting avenues of research using some computers and quality manpower, effectively democratizing innovation in medicine.



Making Weather News More Accurate and Responsive: The Power of Technological Innovations and Human Supporters

Tomohiro Ishibashi


Speaker Bio

- Served at Hewlett-Packard Japan, Ltd. in since 1998.

- Served at Weathernews, Inc.’s Sales Division since October, 2000.

- Served as a Group Leader of Mobile Service since August 2003.

- Has been a Director of WITH Station Co., Ltd. since August 2006.

- Has been a Vice President at Weathernews Americas Inc since 2012.



Thriving in the New Normal through Digital Transformation: The Philippine National Police Experience

PLTCOL Ma. Angela Salaya


Abstract

The talk will tackle how the PNP took the leap to transform from within due to the unexpected COVID-19 crisis. As a peace and order authority implementer, the PNP cannot afford to be vulnerable at any time even during the pandemic. The talk will also cite how the government has accelerated the adoption of emerging technologies to this new landscape to outlast the Covid crisis.


Speaker Bio

She is a governance strategist, trainer and an IT Officer of the Information Technology and Management Service for the Philippine National Police. She has been serving the country as a police chief officer for more than ten years now and has contributed her skills and expertise as Assistant Division Chief and a Member of Audit Team of the PNP Center for Police Strategy Management when she pursued her doctorate on Development Studies and Management for further leadership equipping.



Twitter Data Classifier Web Application: How Twitter Data Can Create Value for the Government

Gian Lloyd Jacoba


A Predictive Study on the Relevance of Twitter in Disaster Risk Management

Karisha Marie Presillas


Analyzing Twitter Sentiment for Forecasting Cryptocurrency Market Movement Using Machine Learning

John Laryn Corsino


Traffic COP – Smart Spot Fine Management System

Kasun Rukmaldeniya



Web Application to Monitor the Risk of a Stroke

Karstn Paul Ancheta


A Recommender System for Philippine Healthcare: A Data-Driven Approach in Contraceptive and Maternal Health

Ryan Matthew Neil Tomelden


Development of the Contact Tracing Management Information System (CTMIS)

Jan Keith Campus


ConnectCare

Nabeel Quadri


Integration of Mental Health Practices in Students’ Educational Habits Through Machine Learning-Based Academic Scheduler and Helper

Phoenix Antonio



Attack and Defense for the New Normal: Healthcare and Educational Institutions as Examples

Dr. Benson Wu


Outline

1. Why healthcare- medical record and Covid certificate

2. Why educational institutions - PII and resume

3. Attack techniques - info stealers and MITRE ATT&CK

4. Defense approaches - Endpoint detection and response (EDR) and AI


Speaker Bio

Dr. Benson Wu is the co-founder of CyCraft, an AI company that automates cybersecurity defense for hundreds of enterprises in Asia-Pacific region.



Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Opportunities and Challenges for Low Resource Countries

Dr. Bishesh Khanal


Abstract

The potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in transforming healthcare in Low Resource Countries. In highlighting the potential, the talk will provide examples primarily from the biomedical imaging and radiology applications. While there is an immense potential of AI in healthcare, there are also some important challenges in Low and Middile Income Countries (LMICs) like Nepal to take benefit from the advances of AI while minimizing the potential harm. I will discuss these aspects taking the example of Nepal.


Speaker Bio

Bishesh Khanal is a co-founder and director at NAAMII, a profit-not-distributing research institute in Nepal. After completing his PhD from INRIA, Sophia Antipolis, France, and Post-doctoral research at King's College London and Imperial College London UK, he moved back to Nepal due to his strong interest in strengthening the scientific research and innovation capabilities of Nepal. His key areas of interest include visual perception, learning in low resource language, machine learning, and AI with a special interest in applying them to global health problems. He believes that the advancement in computational science and AI has provided a unique opportunity for resource-constrained countries to explore exciting avenues of research using some computers and quality manpower, effectively democratizing innovation in medicine.



Thriving in the New Normal through Digital Transformation: The Philippine National Police Experience

PLTCOL Ma. Angela Salaya


Abstract

The talk will tackle how the PNP took the leap to transform from within due to the unexpected COVID-19 crisis. As a peace and order authority implementer, the PNP cannot afford to be vulnerable at any time even during the pandemic. The talk will also cite how the government has accelerated the adoption of emerging technologies to this new landscape to outlast the Covid crisis.


Speaker Bio

She is a governance strategist, trainer and an IT Officer of the Information Technology and Management Service for the Philippine National Police. She has been serving the country as a police chief officer for more than ten years now and has contributed her skills and expertise as Assistant Division Chief and a Member of Audit Team of the PNP Center for Police Strategy Management when she pursued her doctorate on Development Studies and Management for further leadership equipping.



Making Weather News More Accurate and Responsive: The Power of Technological Innovations and Human Supporters

Tomohiro Ishibashi


Speaker Bio

- Served at Hewlett-Packard Japan, Ltd. in since 1998.

- Served at Weathernews, Inc.’s Sales Division since October, 2000.

- Served as a Group Leader of Mobile Service since August 2003.

- Has been a Director of WITH Station Co., Ltd. since August 2006.

- Has been a Vice President at Weathernews Americas Inc since 2012.



Twitter Data Classifier Web Application: How Twitter Data Can Create Value for the Government

Gian Lloyd Jacoba


A Predictive Study on the Relevance of Twitter in Disaster Risk Management

Karisha Marie Presillas


Analyzing Twitter Sentiment for Forecasting Cryptocurrency Market Movement Using Machine Learning

John Laryn Corsino


Traffic COP – Smart Spot Fine Management System

Kasun Rukmaldeniya



Web Application to Monitor the Risk of a Stroke

Karstn Paul Ancheta


A Recommender System for Philippine Healthcare: A Data-Driven Approach in Contraceptive and Maternal Health

Ryan Matthew Neil Tomelden


Development of the Contact Tracing Management Information System (CTMIS)

Jan Keith Campus


ConnectCare

Nabeel Quadri


Integration of Mental Health Practices in Students’ Educational Habits Through Machine Learning-Based Academic Scheduler and Helper

Phoenix Antonio



Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some FAQs. If you have any other queries please contact us.

What is a APNG camp?
The APNG Camp is a venue where future Internet leaders of the Asia Pacific region learn from and work with experts from different sectors. The camp fosters discussion, collaboration, and multidisciplinary research among participants and mentors centered on digital society and its opportunities from Asian perspectives.
You may participate as an attendee or as a presenter. Presenters should submit their papers here which will be reviewed by the Program Committee for approval. Registrtion to join the camp will open soon!
The APNG Camp 15 theme for 2022 is "Adapting to the New Normal Through Online Learning and E-services in Health, and Education." The topics that will be discussed by the camp speakers will be listed here soon after they are finalized.
Anyone can register and join as a camp attendee. Fellows who want to present their CFPs should meet the following criteria:
  • Applicant age under 35 years.
  • Currently pursuing studies or graduated in an ICT course at a recognized education institution or employed by an Internet related company.
  • Provides clear evidence of strong motivation for attending the APNG fellowship program.
  • Demonstrates interest and knowledge in APNG activities
  • A willingness to contribute to APNG Camp as a resource person or trainer in future.
  • A willingness to present one’s own culture, heritage, traditions, and costume.
Do I need to pay to attend?
The APNG 15th CAMP is FREE for all registered attendees.
Attendees who complete the three-day camp will receive a certificate if they have actively participated in the activities as deemed by the Program Committee.
APNG CAMP 2022 is hosted in Manila but it will be conducted purely online.
The speakers for this camp are fellows aged 35 and below who are currently pursuing studies or graduated in an ICT course at a recognized education institution or employed by an Internet related company. There will be invited experts and changemakers who will deliver keynote and latest industry developments. Accepted speakers will be published on this website soon.

Sponsors

We welcome sponsorship from all interested organisations, associations, groups and services. Sponsoring the APNG activities will provide an outstanding networking opportunity to profile and promote your business, products and services to key Internet stakeholders and users within the Asia Pacific region.


become a sponsor