Government Care and the AI Revolution on Human Capital | SGInnovate


Brewery @ BASH, Level 3, 79 Ayer Rajah Crescent
Singapore 139955

Government Care and the AI Revolution on Human Capital

Presented by Qicstart
Partnered with SGInnovate

As AI becomes the new general purpose tool like electricity and internet, governments and nations are investing billions of dollars into the technology. Some countries are regulating it while others adopt a wait-and-see approach. How would AI affect society, and what should government bodies do and take into consideration in order to maximise the benefits while minimising the risks and societal costs of a global adoption of AI?

This talk reveals emerging trends, facts and possibilities of AI in our society.


Date: 25 Apr 2018 
Time: 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Venue: BASH (Brewery), #03-01, 79 Ayer Rajah Crescent, Singapore 139955


6:30pm - 7:00pm: Registration
7:00pm – 8:00pm: Government Care and the AI Revolution on Human Capital
8:00pm – 8:15pm: Q&A
8:15pm – 8:30pm: Networking & End


Andrew Liew, Director & Head of Analytics and Product Design, Qicstart

Andrew is an experienced technology entrepreneur with over 10 years of experience, having co-founded 4 startups and being the early employee executive of 2 startups. He specializes in growing companies using technologies, particularly within the HR, SaaS, Analytics and On Demand Marketplace segments. Andrew has worked extensively across 8 countries and assisted numerous clients in advising how technology can scale their operations, how to reduce risk in implementing technology and the potential impact of technology to companies' top-line. The number of his Linkedin followers is currently at 10,000 and is still growing.

Andrew completed his Bachelor degree from the National University of Singapore, his Master of Commerce (Finance) from the University of Sydney with Beta Gamma Sigma award and his Master of Economics from the Australian University of Singapore.

Topics: Artificial Intelligence / Deep Learning / Machine Learning / Robotics