Maybe you can also share during the summit.
We’re including immigrants through a digital technology online training. It ties in with what SU is about.
The type of technologies we’re using, like the digital residency program.
Now I think of it, it ties in with the SU mindset because right now, with Trump in the office in US, SU is a bunch of liberals in California, in Silicon Valley. They’re also really in favor of including immigrants in the country.
They’re not bugged every time they reserve a train ticket.
No, I’m good.
To become an English teacher.
As long as there’s AI, I’m pretty sure we can tie in. [laughs]
Also one way for Taiwan to attract talent.
This like ASV, Asia Silicon Valley.
For next year, starting January.
Yeah, they’re disruptive.
Its own track.
They have a startup agency right under MOEA?
Startup focused. OK.
Yeah, you have to script it really well.
But it got kind of awkward.
Their own Sophias.
A panel over the Internet.
Ideally. We even thought about maybe having like a telepresence interaction. One stage in Taiwan and one stage in Japan where the speakers...
Like a joint program or something like that.
Yeah, yeah, possibly.
We also mentioned that we’re in discussion with other alumni in other countries who wants to host the country summit. SU knows that we may want to collaborate together to an Asia-Pacific regional...
Yeah. We can use that as an argument. "Hey, you give the Nordic."
Partner, yeah, possibly regional.
Pretty much. We’ll make this happen. About having an Asia-Pacific conference, our initial approach with SU was to host an Asia-Pacific summit, but according to their rules, they wouldn’t allow it. A regional summit has to be by country.
We’re already planning on dedicating a lot of time.
...how to establish maybe like a regional country model.
This is something that, for example, after we successfully host the summit and then we can discuss with SU about...
It would be interesting, yeah.
A Singularity event?
They used to call Copenhagen, I think. SingularityU Copenhagen. What was the reason they rebranded to...I think it was because they wanted to combine their resources or something. Then, they were accepting teams all over the Scandinavian countries. So they just rebranded.
Yes, if they say Nordic, yeah, yeah.
Pretty much, yeah, it’s like you proved that you’re capable, then, yeah, you don’t really have. You can, even let other companies do it or like elsewhere, whatever. Basically, you’re focusing on bringing the SCU programs to the local country.
You don’t have to...
...to test your ability.
It’s like a way to test...
To become a country partner is the logical way as you host a summit first, and if it’s successful, and SU likes working with you, then they will consider you to be a country partner.
...are two different...
The summit license and country partner license...