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SG’s Approach to AI: Building Trust, Enabling Innovation & Accelerating Adoption
July 22 @ 8:30 pm - 10:00 pm
From chatbots and robots to facial recognition and autonomous vehicles, Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications affect the way people interact, how businesses conduct transactions, and how governments deliver public services. While the gains in productivity and innovation from AI could be significant, there are also risks that can amplify existing bias, discrimination, and inequality. At the rapid pace of innovation, there is an urgent need for policymakers to understand the technology and its implications to ensure inclusive and equitable distribution of its benefits and mitigation of risks.
Organised by the World Bank’s Digital Development Global Practice, in collaboration with AISG and IMDA, this session will discuss Singapore’s journey in establishing a trusted and vibrant AI ecosystem.
- Model AI Governance Framework
- Trusted Data Sharing Framework
- Accelerating AI Adoption in Singapore
- OPENING REMARKS
Director, Digital Development Global Practice, World Bank
- Laurence Liew, Director, AI Innovation, AISG
Laurence is the Director for AI Innovation at AI Singapore where he drives the adoption of AI by the Singapore ecosystem through the 100 Experiments, Makerspace and AI Apprenticeship programmes. A visionary and serial technopreneur, Laurence identified and introduced Singapore’s enterprises to the use of open source software, Linux, High Performance Computing (HPC) and Grid Computing since 1998. Laurence holds numerous pro-bono positions, including Ministry of National Development Scientific Panel Member and Global Partnership of AI (GPAI) Committee Member.
Wan Sie Lee, Director, Trusted AI and Data, Singapore IMDA
Wan Sie Lee is Director for Trusted AI and Data at Singapore’s Infocomm Media Development Authority. In the area of AI, her responsibilities include driving the development of Singapore’s approach to AI governance, growing trusted AI ecosystem in Singapore and establishing collaborations with international partners to further the development of responsible AI.
Chein Inn Lee, Deputy Director, Data Innovation Programme Office, Singapore IMDA
Chein Inn Lee is the Deputy Director of Trusted AI and Data Division of IMDA. Chein Inn and her team focus on developing programs to enable data flow amongst businesses in Singapore. Some of the efforts include the development of Trusted Data Sharing Framework for businesses, partnering industry on projects such as consent registry to support B2B data sharing, and driving the implementation of data portability for Singapore.
- Mark Williams
Practice Manager, Global Knowledge and Expertise, Digital Development Global Practice, World Bank
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