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Faulty of law system is the hinderance of innovative and technological development, says innovation and technology expert

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Reported By Chow Tsz Ching

Speaking at a talk in Hong Kong Shue Yan University, Kenneth Chau, the President of Technology Incubation Network believed innovation and technology in Hong Kong did not keep up with the outside world. Technological development and implementation had faced obstacle in breaking through, such as call of account in the law system. The mindset of local parents also made this field go slower than anticipated as the outlook was not as appealing as business and finance.

Innovation and technology was never a piece of cake. It required chances and planning as it also involved business matter. Chau was an owner of technology company. However, he overestimated the feedback of his product which he suffered great loss. At the same time, his baby suffered a medical malpractice which died before birth. Facing the loss of loved one and financial loss, he did not give up and had been successful in the technology field where he finally got what he worked hard from the beginning.

Development of innovation and technology was in a smooth progress, but there is still difficulty in keeping up with the outside trend, Chau said. “Although Hong Kong government has put in nearly ten billions of funding to boost the development of scientific research, the key hinderance of innovation and technology is the out-dated law system” he said. He took driverless car as an example to explain the faulty of law system. This innovative technology had been well-developed. However, due to accountability in law system, the government did not allow the selling of driverless vehicles. Hinderance of innovative and technological development in Hong Kong could be a challenge for the future talents in the technology field, he said.

Concurrently, Chau said that talent input was the other matter that blocked the development of innovation and technology in Hong Kong. “90% of Hong Kong students who worked on scientific research were non-locals because local parent believed innovation and technology would not get their kids wealth and chance.” he said. He said if the government wanted to arouse more local teenagers to commit to technology research, she should create more outstanding technological companies, making this field’s outlook more desirable and arouse teenagers’ interest. --165030 2018年11月13日 (二) 18:13 (CST)

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