Gillian Hadfield is the inaugural Schwartz Reisman Chair in Technology and Society at the University of Toronto. She is also a Professor of Law and Professor of Strategic Management and the author of the book Rules for a flat world.
In addition to this Gillian works with OpenAI as a Senior Policy Advisor supporting their mission to ensure that the path to artificial general intelligence benefits all of humanity.
In this episode we discussed the problems that have come about because legal and regulatory systems are no longer fit for purpose for the level of complexity, speed, innovation and globalization within our societies and economies. We talked about the challenges of building human normativity into robots and the need for social scientists. We also spoke about how a third space of regulation as a service will take a place between Government regulation and self-regulation.