D2E: Artificial Intelligence
This 3-hour session is part of the Data and Digital Economy Law Series. Taught by Rajesh Srineevasan of Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP and Ariana Jimenez of Meta, this session hopes to give participants a clearer picture of the legal issues surrounding an area that is quickly becoming prevalent in the commercial and social arena. Participants can expect to learn about agreements and contracts surrounding AI development, liability issues in rolling out AI and other peripheral legalities in relation to IP and intermediaries.
4 March 2024, 9.30am - 12.45pm
SAL, Stamford 1 & 2, The Adelphi #08 -08, 1 Coleman Street (S179803)
CPD Points : 3
|9:30am||Developing AI - Data acquisition, sharing and analytics agreements|
|9:50am||Developing AI - Software development and licensing contracts|
|10.10 am||Deploying AI - Consumer protection|
|10.20 am||Deploying AI - Product liability|
|11.15 am||AI intermediary liability|
|11.30 pm||AI governance - Principles and Frameworks|
|12.00 pm||Case study|
Mr Rajesh Sreenivasan
Head, Technology, Media & Telecommunications Practice, Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP
Snr. Acc. Spec. (Data & Digital Economy), SAL
Rajesh has been working together with R&T’s Financial Regulatory practice in addressing the burgeoning area of FinTech in legal and regulatory work spanning across DeFi to Virtual currency regulatory issues. Rajesh serves on the AI Tech committee of the Singapore Standards Council and on the Board of Experts of the Singapore Management University Centre for AI and Data Governance (CAIDG) and the National University of Singapore Centre for Technology, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence & the Law (TRAIL). On the corporate front, he sits on the Board of MediaCorp, Singapore’s national broadcaster.
Ms Arianne Jimenez
She brings both an academic and industry perspective, having specialized in privacy law for her Doctor of the Science of Law (J.S.D.) degree, which she obtained from the University of California – Berkeley School of Law. Her doctoral dissertation was on Working Towards a Data Protection Soft Law Framework for the ASEAN Region. She obtained her Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree from the same institution, where she obtained a Certificate of Specialization in Intellectual Property and Technology Law. During her time in Berkeley, she was also a Graduate Tutor and a Research Assistant, focusing her efforts on legal research and writing, and US privacy.
During her legal career in the Philippines, from which she hails, she clerked for a former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, worked as Legal Counsel and Data Protection Officer for a tech company, and taught law subjects at De La Salle University. She has also published articles on intellectual property law and cyberlaw.
SILE Accredited CPD Activity
Number of Public CPD Points: 3.0
Practice Area: Telecommunications, Media & Technology
Training Level: Intermediate
SILE Attendance Policy
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