Thank you very much.
Is there something on your agenda? Other than the join.gov.tw, is there something you’re working on as well, to make it easier for...?
One thing that we are not just asked by a couple of the startup companies that we know is that it’s always difficult to find one contact window, or one person within the government to look at the issues as a whole.
I just have one last question, we have more questions here, but in terms of a lot of the new businesses, a lot of the times the business model across different agencies, and different areas of issues.
Is Taiwan feeling a little bit left out, because they were supposed to be before you defined them that defined a project, they had the expectation that they were going to be the... [laughs]
I think it would be great to know as you are working out the plans of how some of executional stuff that we could participate, I think would be very interesting, because I think right now it’s like living in utopia. You have all these great concepts of things ...
It seems like there are a lot of opportunities with the Asian Silicon Valley ASVDA?
Are you respective to these new ways to looking into where to get the credibility of a certain person’s skill sets? How are you seeing that as a relationship with the current regulatory environment in Taiwan?
I’m sure for our case, I think one interesting thing is that we are developing telematics technology, where we are able to have dynamic feedback about drivers’ behavior, which could potentially be more credible than your preferential driver’s license that you’ve applied 10 years ago.
I want to echo David’s earlier point about his example on KYC. I just thinking, because all we know a lot in terms of the regulatory environment in Taiwan. There’s a lot of licenses and a lot of restrictions with that.
Got it. OK.
For Uber, some of the Uber mobility technology could probably contribute on some of these smart transportation as well. I would love to be taking part of some of that. Especially what you’re suggesting on the shank of ideas and learning about how some of this technology is being ...
How is the agent in the US going to help with your effort in Taiwan? Because I think I’ve read something on President Tsai’s Facebook.
You said the inauguration in San Francisco, just last week when President Tsai was there.
Government is government.
That’s great because I think a lot of the issues could be cross-ministerial as well and have your kind of coordination, it actually can answer questions as opposed to just pack into one...Exactly what you said, if they don’t have the scope and the authority to answer ...
I think there was just one response, yeah.
It’s probably initiated by normal agencies, not by the government.
There was some...
How has the other government agencies have been responding to such a very innovative way of communicating with the public? Because I think, for our issues, it seems to be a very abrupt answer and I think some of the times people call for more specific answers. Have the agencies ...
I remember when a couple of these petitions as well around the people issue and I think it was a very good platform especially for the government agencies to respond to some of the questions. But I think, the one thing that we have observed is that a lot of ...
Is that only for the executive branch or is the legislature will also participate in this join.gov.tw?
Right now we have been in Taiwan for about more than three years. We are also operating in a couple of core cities in Taiwan, but obviously facing some difficulties right now. We’d like to also seek some of your advice.
Sure. Hi, Minister Tang. I’m Vicki. I’m from Uber. You’ve met some of my colleagues before. I’m very glad to meet with you again.