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Pragmatic and Symbiotic Quintuple Helix Model Mitigating Emerging Technologies Disruption: A Vision, Strategy, and Policy
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  • Hadi Naghavi pour,
  • Jasmine Begum,
  • Vee Meng,
  • Mohd Uzir Mahidin,
  • Bee Wah Yap,
  • Witold Pedrycz
Hadi Naghavi pour

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Jasmine Begum
Vee Meng
Mohd Uzir Mahidin
Bee Wah Yap
Witold Pedrycz


Rapid changes arising from the technological revolution, mainly the advent of artificial intelligence, have been defining moments of the 21st century. Education and employment stand at the forefront of AI disruption; as a result, academia and industry, as the principal agents of this development, are deemed mutually involved in mitigating risks. Nonetheless, triggered by massive technological, economic, and social development at an accelerating rate, the industry-academia gap in orientation and direction is getting wider, leading to detrimental disarray. As the disruptive impact has far-reaching consequences, the role of government entities as the regulatory body and civil society as end users of these technologies and their impact on the environment is relevant and imperative. The extensive work on the quintuple helix model of innovation has been theorizing innovation ecosystems and processes without addressing the pragmatic aspect of stimulating innovation for specific problems. This paper put forward a vision for mitigating AI disruption by leveraging value creation and exchange harnessing symbiotic aspects of the helices by considering the necessity of knowledge circulation to address environmental and social impact. Finally, it advocates a series of mitigating strategies through a collaborative council empowered by human-centric ICT-Platform that can transcend to a dynamic policy-making mechanism.
30 Jan 2024Submitted to TechRxiv
06 Feb 2024Published in TechRxiv