Shubha Gokhale is a Research Assistant Professor in the Public Administration department at Sejong University, South Korea. Her research focuses on the political and legal implications of new technologies, including artificial intelligence, digital currencies, and the IoT industry, with a focus on East and South Asia.
As part of the steering committee that started Korea's Academic Network for the Future of Medicine and Law in 2016, and the co-founder of the Seoul Futurist Society in 2014, she has co-organized and presented on the social implications of new technologies at various academic conferences and workshops in Korea.
Shubha Gokhale has completed her juris doctorate from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, New York, and her bachelors in arts from Skidmore College, New York. She has completed her high school in Mumbai University, India.