Yes, and it sometimes impedes adoption of technology for governance. Technological solutions, such as the use of AI to detect abnormalities and drones to inspect infrastructure, for example, are enabling machines to replace governance by humans. On the other hand, governance based on these new technologies takes time to gain trust from people, which makes for delays in the revision of rules. What do you think is necessary to promote the adoption of new technologies for governance? Especially on dialogue between policymakers and engineers for forming optimal rules?