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Jun 2020

AI Governance Framework: Understanding The Legal Compliance of AI and IoT

Course Information

Start Date11 Jun 2020, Thursday
End Date11 Jun 2020, Thursday
Time9am - 5pm
Venue100 Orchard Road, Concorde Hotel Singapore 238840
Fee$680 (excluding GST) Inclusive of refreshments, lunch, and course materials
ContactRoshini | 6720 3333 | training.aventis@gmail.com
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16 Oct 2019 Confirmed Run

11 Jun 2020

3 Sep 2020

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On 23 January 2019, Singapore released its Model Artificial Intelligence (AI) Governance Framework at the for public consultation, pilot adoption and feedback. The genesis of this Model AI Governance Framework also known as Model Framework can be traced to the efforts of policymakers and regulators in Singapore to articulate a common AI governance approach and a set of consistent definitions and principles relating to the responsible use of AI. This is to provide greater certainty to industry players and promote the adoption of AI while ensuring that regulatory imperatives are met.

In this interactive 1-day course, you will take stock of the emerging governance issues associated with AI and discuss current developments from a comparative perspective. Some discussion questions include: How can AI be governed? What are the instruments and approaches available? What are emerging governance and legal frameworks? What is the role of the state and what are the roles of companies and other stakeholders? What are the trends and developments in AI governance from a global perspective?

Course Highlights

In this 1-day course, you will:

  • Understand the meaning of the terms/jargons in the AI and AI governance related landscapes
  • Understand the evolution of the use of AI in different industries
  • Explore case studies of the latest market developments of AI-related technologies in the banking, construction, and logistic spaces including the use of robots
  • Explore common misconceptions with respect to AI
  • Analyse examples of The Internet of Things in the commercial and domestic space
  • Understand the security issues involved in the The Internet of Things (IoT)
Target Audience
  • Senior Officers and HODs
  • Managers from Government agencies and private organisations
  • CEOs, COOs, CIOs, Business Owners, Legal counsels, and Business Leaders
  • Professionals in-charge of technology, projects, and innovation
  • Trainers, Consultants, and Lecturers seeking to enhance their knowledge on AI and IoT governance requirements and directions
Course Outline
  • Data Protection
    • Issues relating to data protection in the implementation of AI-related technologies and The Internet of Things
    • The Personal Data Protection Act
    • The EU General Data Protection Regulation
  • Intellectual Property
    • Protection by copyright law – ownership of copyright works
    • Inventions and the use of patent law
    • Rights in data and practical issues
  • Contract Law
    • Principles of Contract Law
    • Use of software development contracts for AI-related technologies
    • The continued use of ‘click accept’ licensing agreements
    • A discussion of Blockchain related contracts
    • The Internet of Things
  • Tort and Product Liability Issues
    • Liability for negligence and damage
    • Product liability and insurance considerations
  • Governance Issues
    • Principles for the governance of AI
    • Ethical use of AI technologies
Advocate & Solicitor (Singapore): Mirza Khaleel

Khaleel was an Advocate & Solicitor at the Supreme Court of Singapore in 1994. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Law from the National University of Singapore and a Master’s Degree in Computer and Communications Law from Queen Mary & Westfield College, University of London where he specialised in Information Technology Law, Intellectual Property Law, Telecommunications Law, Electronic Banking Law, and Internet Law.

Khaleel previously worked at Hewlett-Packard’s Asia Pacific Legal Department as a Commercial Contracts Manager with special responsibilities in the Asia Emerging Countries of Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Vietnam. He was also Senior Legal Counsel with Singapore Telecommunications where he was responsible for negotiating the legal aspects of several high-value telecommunications and IT agreements with a significant number of Fortune 500 companies.


“An intelligent and knowledgeable facilitator! He gave very helpful case study and it was well-explained. I have learned quite a lot of new knowledge from him!”
Ong Bee Chong, Ministry of Education

“The trainer explained in simple layman terms even though he is a lawyer. He is very patient in explaining and we have learned a lot”
Florence Ho, Lions Home For Elders