Singapore’s Model AI Framework for Generative AI

This post is taken from the LinkedIn post of James Lau.

Singapore has proposed a new governance framework for generative artificial intelligence, … developed by the AI Verify Foundation and Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA), is part of Singapore’s contribution to the global conversation in this space, said Minister for Communications and Information Josephine Teo on Jan 16.

The new Model AI Governance Framework for Generative AI builds on an existing framework from 2019 that covers only traditional AI, and comes at a time when the generative AI scene is still developing.

Speaking to The Straits Times in Davos, Switzerland, where she is attending the World Economic Forum annual meeting, Minister Leo said AI governance cannot be done only at the country level.

‘Our contribution to the global conversation is partly why we have chosen the World Economic Forum to be the launch pad for the updated framework and to seek international inputs,’ she said.

‘It’s also partly because this field is so nascent. We believe that in order to make progress, somebody has to offer something, put it on the table, and then the global conversation can be further enriched.’

Please click on this link to read the full post, or click here to read the proposed governance framework.

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