Ensuring Ethics & Governance in
AI Development & Deployment
for Senior Executives
Novusdemia Expert Masterclass
Next available session TBC
09:00 AM - 06:00 PM*
Networking session on Day 2
from 06:00 PM - 8:00 PM
SGD 2,160 (incl. of GST)
This masterclass will be held in-person in Singapore.
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is set to transform society beyond our wildest imaginations. It is revolutionising industries and human capital, while seamlessly integrating into our personal lives redefining how we live, work, and play. Yet, as AI takes on decision-making roles previously exclusive to humans, we need to address its ethical implications as well.
Accountability for AI ethics and governance falls on senior executives like yourself. You need to be well-versed in the regulations, implications, and governance frameworks incorporating AI ethics, both in Singapore and overseas. If your organisation develops or deploys AI, ignoring ethical issues can lead to severe governance, regulatory, and/or reputational risk.
AI ethics isn't just a matter of complying with regulations; it affects every stakeholder in the organisation. To foster confidence in AI, solution providers and end-users must embrace responsible AI use by prioritising fairness, transparency, explainability, and human-centricity. It is crucial to align internal policies, structures, and processes to uphold ethical standards. How best can you do all this?
This case-studies based senior management workshop will provide a broad and deep understanding of the ethical issues surrounding the development and deployment of AI, the regulatory parameters that define AI, and the frameworks that govern it in key countries. This Masterclass will provide you with some tools and governance frameworks to handle AI issues rationally, morally, and ethically.
What you'll learn?
Current and developing definitions of AI, ML, DL, Bias, etc.
Determine the need for strong ethics and governance in AI.
Develop efficient internal governance structures for AI development and deployment.
Determine the level of human involvement in AI-augmented decision-making.
Identify the operational issues of AI governance and management.
Provide an overview of international AI ethics frameworks across the world.
Identify stakeholder interaction and communications.
Who should attend?
C-Level: CEO, CFO, CMO, COO, CHRO, CDO, CIO, CISO, CLO.
D-Level: Directors, Vice Presidents, Department Heads, Country Heads, Ops Heads
In conjunction with Rajah & Tann Singapore and Rajah & Tann Technologies’ content development and training business pillar Novusdemia, we are pleased to offer you an Expert Masterclass workshop conducted by two thought leaders in AI:
Chairman, Cloud & Data Standards,
IT Standards Committee, Singapore
Vice President, Singapore Computer Society
Raju has over 40 years of experience in the ICT industry and is the Chief Editor of the AI Ethics & Governance Body of Knowledge, an initiative by the Singapore Computer Society (SCS) and Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore (IMDA). He is also a fellow of the Advanced Computing for Executives (ACE) at National University of Singapore School of Computing and SCS. He sits on the executive committee of SCS AI Chapter, SGTech Digital Trust and SGTech Cloud & Data.
Raju currently teaches AI Ethics and Cybersecurity masterclasses and writes the monthly tech column in The Straits Times (Singapore) and The Edge (Malaysia).
Head, Technology, Media & Telecommunications, Rajah & Tann Singapore
Director, Rajah & Tann Technologies
Director, Rajah & Tann Cybersecurity
Rajesh heads the TMT Practice at Rajah & Tann and has been advising clients on legal, regulatory and policy matters relating to technology, cybersecurity, data protection, telecommunications, electronic commerce, cloud computing, digital forensics and digital media for over twenty years. He has advised state governments and multinational corporations in the telecommunications, computer hardware and software sectors, social media, government linked companies and statutory boards.
Rajesh is appointed Chairman of the National Accreditation Committee for Data and Digital Economy lawyers in Singapore by the Singapore Academy of Law. He conducts lectures, seminars and discussions regularly at international forums on IT, digital media, digital forensics, telecoms and other issues related to the new economy.