CONTACTS Warren Tan - (65) 6793 6264 WEBSITE REGISTER PRICING Standard Rate USD1,100 (plus 10% Sales Tax) Early Bird Rate (Register before 31 January 2024) USD880 (plus 10% Sales Tax) SPEAKER Malcolm Dowden Malcolm Dowden is a member of the global data privacy, cybersecurity and digital assets team at Squire Patton Boggs (UK) LLP and Co-Head of Knowledge Management for the Firm. He is also an Associate Lecturer and Visiting Fellow at the University of Winchester, serving as module leader for the university’s multi-disciplinary course on Technology and Cyber Law. Malcolm has more than 30 years’ experience of advising governments and commercial organisations on issues relating to technology, electronic communications, data protection and cybersecurity. Malcolm has, over the past decade, designed and delivered a number of successful ALB Masterclasses, including sessions on Blockchain, Distributed Ledger and Smart Contacts. His publications include the UK/EU chapter in The Law of Artificial Intelligence and Smart Machines (American Bar Association, 2019) and AI-related episodes of SPB’s podcast, Privacy World. OVERVIEW GCs, CISOs and boards are increasingly likely to be presented with the promise of transformational opportunities through the deployment of AI. From algorithms to data analysis, AI is helping create efficient and smarter systems. Innovative technologies like generative AI and natural language processing are improving the way we do business. However, those potential benefits come with significant risk and compliance issues. Before giving the green light to any AI project, it is essential to understand and manage inherent risks such as bias and discrimination and also the associated compliance risks stemming from data protection, privacy, commercial confidentiality and intellectual property laws. ALB Deploying Artificial Intelligence (AI) In Global Business is a face-to-face workshop that explores the interaction of those legal and regulatory risks and provide you with a roadmap for risk assessment and management. It will examine existing and developing approaches to AI regulation including the US Executive Order of 31 October 2023, the EU’s AI Act and the G7 AI Principles together with governance frameworks such as Singapore’s AI verify. It will also cover the impact of key data protection laws including GDPR, China’s Data Security Law and PIPL and India’s DPDP Act. Finally, it will look at incidental and possibly unforeseen risks stemming from intellectual property infringements to loss of commercial confidentiality and “hallucinations” in generative AI. TARGET AUDIENCE • General Counsel • CLO (Chief Legal Officer) • Head of Legal, VP Legal, Head of Compliance, Legal Director • Ethics and Compliance Officers • CISOs, CTOs and information security directors ALB Deploying Artificial Intelligence (AI) In Global Business: Legal, Regulatory And Ethical Risk Management (Tokyo) 17 April 2024, Wednesday Registration: 8.30am to 9.00am (Tokyo Time) GMT +9 Event: 9.00am to 5.00pm (Tokyo Time) GMT +9 Venue: TBC, Tokyo