That is awesome. Thank you so much.
That was awesome, thank you.
When we come back from the break, more tech to talk here on GetConnected back after this.
Definitely could learn a few things. We’re talking with Audrey Tang. He’s the digital minister for Taiwan. I want to thank you for joining us today.
You’re telling me that convenience stores update this chart by the minutes? Not daily?
How many people do you have working for you to accomplish this.
You guys have developed your own disinformation counter attack. Can you maybe explain that a little further?
You’re talking about misinformation or disinformation which, obviously, we’ve seen around the world has spread so rapidly on social media. A lot of the platforms are even struggling to keep up with that, to block out some of that. Facebook and Twitter are great examples of it.
Very cool. [laughs] Before you accepted an invitation to work with the Taiwanese government, you were a programmer and a hacker. Explain to our audience the type of hacking you do, and how the efforts of you in the community benefits rather than hurts society.
You’re a digital minister. Can you explain what that is? You’re actually a member of the government.
On the line we’ve got Audrey Tang, Digital Minister for Taiwan. We just want to have a chat to see how they have been coping and the successes that they have enjoyed, and maybe some things that we can learn from them. Thanks for joining us today.
One more time. Here we go. You’re back with GetConnected. Mike Agerbo here with John Biehler. We have an interesting segment and guest coming up. As you know, most of our coverage has been around technology and how that interplays with COVID-19.
As you know, a lot of our coverage has been around technology, and how that has played out with the COVID-19 epidemic. We’re going to go all the way over to Taiwan. On the line we’ve got our guest here…Sorry, it just died, John. One more time.
Hello. We’re back with “GetConnected.” Mike Agerbo here with John Biehler. We have a very interesting guest on now.
Sounds good on this end, but for your recording, John, it sucks. Is that what you’re saying?
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I’m just going to do a test here. One moment. This is a test right now. Can you guys say something?
I know. Yeah.
I am, yeah.
Your title is Taiwan’s Digital Minister, is that right?