Liberty. Equality. Data. Podcast Episode #7 with Hiroki Habuka

Agile Governance of Humans and AI: The Case of Japan

Paulius Jurcys
Prifina

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The pace of innovation is making foreseeing the future far more uncertain. Societies stakeholders include not only humans, but also algorithms and artificial intelligence. How does a Government foster innovation and balance it with the right safeguards? This is a discussion about the proposed Agile Governance in Japan.

On this podcast episode, we talk to Mr. Hiroki Habuka, Deputy Director for Global Digital Governance at the Digital Economy Division of the Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry of Japan. We explore how one of the leading economies in the world is adjusting to the emerging technologies that utilize AI.

Hiroki was in charge of preparing a policy paper entitled “Governance Innovation: A Guide to Designing and Implementing Agile Governance (Ver. 2)” — an efficient and pragmatic approach to govern newly emerging technologies by incorporating feedback from multiple stakeholders and balancing the competing interests that drive innovation.

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💡 Here are five key take-away points from the

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Paulius Jurcys
Prifina

IP | Data | Privacy | Ethics | Harvard CopyrightX. I share views on innovation, creativity & how technology is making this world a more fun place to live in.