RegTech: the good, the bad and the seriously scary
Artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data analytics, distributed ledger technology (blockchain), drones, Augmented Reality, remote sensing and satellite imagery, Internet of Things and so many more – the technologies available both to regulators and their duty holders are transforming economies and societies, the future of work, and the nature and quality of the interactions between citizens and government.
These developments manage to be both exhilarating and potentially terrifying at the same time, a duality we’ll be exploring in this webinar. From innovative new tech tools to the role of citizens in digital government, from Robodebt to the problem of racist assumptions invisibly embedded in algorithms, please join our brilliant panel to explore ‘the good, the bad and the seriously scary’.
Delivered by ANZSOG
The Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG) is a global leader in education and government-focused research relevant to the public sector.