Shubha Gokhale’s research focuses on the legal consequences of emerging technologies. She is part of the Steering Committee for South Korea’s Academic Network for the Future of Medicine and Law, as well as the co-founder and event organizer of the Seoul Futurist Society. She is an Assistant Professor in the Public Administration department, in Sejong University, in Seoul. She has presented at the New Friends Conference Workshop, in Tokyo, the 3rd World Humanities Forum, in Daejeon, and the 1st Korea Strategic Foresight conference, in Seoul. She has also co-organized a conference on the Social Implications of Artificial Intelligence in 2015, and a workshop on Transhumanism and Asia in 2014. She completed her Juris Doctorate at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, New York, and her Bachelor of Arts at Skidmore College, New York. She is currently working on a forthcoming book chapter, on the legal and political implications of South Korea’s approach towards mobile technology, to be published by the Yale Information Society Project’s Global Access to Knowledge Academy.