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On 16 January 2024, Singapore published a consultation paper[1] to elicit feedback from the public, and internationally, on a proposed Model AI Governance Framework for Generative AI.

The paper addresses nine “dimensions” pertaining to generative AI, namely:

  • Accountability

This involves laying down responsibilities, including to end users, from across all stacks within the AI

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On December 4, 2023, Singapore’s Ministry of Health (Ministry) announced that the nation’s first ever comprehensive health data law, the Health Information Bill (Bill), will be introduced in mid-2024.

A set of Cyber and Data Security Guidelines for Healthcare Providers (Guidelines) was also published. Of particular importance is that these guidelines will frame and

Nine years after its initial inception, Singapore’s data protection authority (Commission) published an updated set of advisory guidelines for the healthcare sector (Revised Guidelines) in September 2023.

As with other advisory guidelines issued by the Commission, the Revised Guidelines are not intended to be legally binding, but will guide the interpretation and enforcement of Singapore’s

On October 13, 2023, Singapore and the United States (US) announced at the inaugural Dialogue on Critical and Emerging Technologies (CET Dialogue) held in Washington DC, that they had launched the world’s first ever interoperable AI Governance framework.

The CET Dialogue was co-chaired by Singapore’s Minister for Communications and Information and Minister for Foreign Affairs, as well as the US National Security Advisor and Deputy Envoy for Critical and Emerging Technology, on behalf of US Secretary of State Antony Blinken. Both countries also co-chaired a Business Roundtable on AI Safety and Innovation, together with US Deputy Secretary of Commerce Don Graves.Continue Reading Singapore and the US Publish First-of-its-Kind Interoperable AI Governance Framework

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On 18 July 2023, Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC) issued a proposed set of advisory guidelines (Guidelines), to offer clarification on how Singapore’s comprehensive data protection law, the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA), would apply to the processing of personal data in the design, development and deployment of AI systems.

The Guidelines are intended to be advisory in nature, i.e. not legally binding, and will instead govern how the PDPC will interpret, apply and enforce the PDPA in the contexts where personal data is used in or for AI systems that embed machine learning models to make decisions, recommendations or predictions.Continue Reading Singapore Consults on Personal Data Guidelines for AI