New pilot framework and toolkit will enable businesses to demonstrate their "objective and verifiable" use of artificial intelligence, says the Singapore government, which hopes to drive transparency in AI deployments through technical and process checks.
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It has not always had a good reputation, but artificial intelligence can step up and offer a helping hand when humans cannot seek solace from their own kind.
Artificial intelligence can be trained to think ethically and be creative, even composing poems and music, but humans cannot be removed completely from the equation, which still requires intuition and morality.
Both countries will look to develop interoperable artificial intelligence governance frameworks and collaborate on cybersecurity best practices, such as regional capacity building efforts on smart cities involving other Asean markets.