The Graduate School of Public Policy (GraSPP) opens the course “Digital Governance: How to Redesign Technology, Law and Market”. In the midst of dynamic social changes due to digital technologies such as AI, IoT, and 5G, this course explores how to redesign governance mechanisms such as technology, law and market, in order to maximize benefit of innovation while appropriately managing risks.
In Class 5, we invite Mr. Stephen Almond (Senior Fellow, WEF) and Mr. Miguel Amaral (Senior economist, OECD), and have interactive discussions on “How and Why Regulation Should Change”.
– This course will be provided online (Zoom).
– The base language of the class is English, with simultaneous Interpretation to/from Japanese.
– For details of contents and guests of the course, please refer to the Syllabus : https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1g29ChgZEQq4IpWb-58UUd6ipnQSRDbTj?usp=sharing
– This course is open to public for free. Please register from the Application Form: bit.ly/2FzbwBp