Crisis Management In The Age Of A.I

Join our Crisis Management Workshop

It is expected that significant incidences of A.I. liability and disputes will rapidly increase with time. Who then, is responsible for A.I.'s mistakes?

  • Thursday, 29 February 2024

  • 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM

  • EBC | Twenty Anson, #19-01, 20 Anson Road, Singapore 079912

The Age Of A.I

With the rapid adoption of A.I. technologies and proliferation of algorithmic decision making in place of human decision making, the prospect of A.I. making mistakes or failing to perform as predicted increases. Very often, A.I. makes mistakes because it continues to perform what it was designed to do, failing to account for unpredictable externalities arising from real life black swan events.

The consequences of such failures could result in substantial financial losses, serious loss of reputation, or even expose personnel and businesses to liability.

Join us at our crisis management workshop as we consider the following and more:

  • 72 hours is a long time in a crisis, and also the most critical – what you should do within those first hours

  • The roles and functions of a Crisis Committee

  • The development and implementation of an effective crisis management strategy

  • Overview of the emerging A.I. governance landscape, and key trends and challenges associated with responsible use of A.I.

  • Key considerations for using A.I. and future proofing your operations

Meet the Experts

Shaun Leong
Partner, International Arbitration & Litigation

Shaun, FCIArb, has over 14 years of experience in complex cross border disputes. He is an internationally recognised leading practitioner at the forefront of emerging and revolutionary technologies including A.I., Blockchain and the Metaverse. He is Digital Assets Lawyer of the Year nominee in International Asia Legal Awards and International Arbitration Lawyer of the Year nominee in the Benchmark Litigation Asia-Pacific Awards. Shaun recently successfully represented a prominent digital assets company in a USD 36 million dispute involving novel and complex issues around legal liability arising from purported errors made by trading systems powered by A.I. models and algorithms.

Frederick Tay
Senior Legal Counsel
GSK Singapore

Frederick, Senior Legal Counsel for Digital, Privacy and Cybersecurity within GSK, is the main lead for privacy matters in APAC, including China. In addition, he is active in global digital projects especially those relating to A.I. He plays a critical role in rolling out data governance and data hygiene frameworks for the entire organisation. He supports GSK in L&D and in compliance, supporting in the upskilling of lawyers in the space of privacy and A.I. related matters. Frederick is a qualified solicitor in the UK and Singapore, and is recently CIPP-E certified.

Wei Yun Teo
Principal Consultant, Legal & Governance
Ethos BeathChapman

Wei Yun specialises in Legal and Governance placements across Banking and Financial Services, Buy-Side, as well as FMCG and Fortune 500 MNCs across APAC. Her track records includes business-critical and mid to senior-level placements across multiple industries. Wei Yun’s extensive network and market knowledge enables her to access top-notch talents with niche skill sets. Leading from the front in business activity, she was awarded EBC MVP of 2023 for her performance and value-add.

She shares her insights on talent trends and demands across Asia through market reports, salary guides, and provides advice to hiring managers and HR partners.

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