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Singapore Empowering Women in Technology

The third edition of the Singapore 100 Women in Tech (SG100WIT) List was announced by the Singapore Computer Society (SCS) and the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA). It was unveiled by Josephine Teo, Minister for Communications and Information and Patron of the Singapore Women in Tech (SGWIT) movement. This year’s SG100WIT honorees come from a wider range of industries, showing that the role women play in the tech sector is becoming more recognised.

All parts of the economy are becoming more digitalised. To drive innovation and growth, people will need to learn new skills and abilities, especially in the areas of ethics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies. Hence, SCS released the new Version 1.1 of the AI Ethics & Governance Body of Knowledge (BoK) to explain the moral problems connected to Generative AI (GAI) and large language models (LLMs), which are two popular AI technologies around the world.

A total of 800 nominations were received for the third edition of the SG100WIT in 2023, an increase of over one-third from the 2021 edition. This indicates the increased recognition and importance that women offer to the tech sector. The final selection of 100 honorees includes individuals in a range of fields, including biotechnology, semiconductors, and aviation, as well as professionals in business, community leadership, and content creation.

The SCS created BoK using the IMDA’s AI Model Framework as a basis. The BoK, a “living document” that was introduced in October 2020, attempts to persuade businesses to employ AI for competitive advantage in a way that is ethical, responsible, and human-centred.

The BoK has been updated to Version 1.1, adding 50 new appendix items and 15 new chapters that address a range of topics related to LLMs and GAI, including their governance, impact, and role in business and society, as well as how to get ready for and adjust to this new era of AI.

The BoK Version 1.1 goes into more detail about how GAI can be used to make new value and possibilities, as well as the risks and challenges that need to be dealt with. It also looks at the moral and legal issues surrounding GAI and how to make sure that it is used in a responsible and long-lasting way. It gives policymakers, educators, workers, and insurance companies useful information and suggestions.

It will oversee AI training across the whole country as part of the Jobs Transformation Map (JTM) for the Information and Communications (I&C) workforce that IMDA launched in October of last year. About 18,000 people working in tech jobs in India will need to reskill over the next three years. The focus will be on GAI and two other in-demand fields that work well with AI: Software Engineering and Cloud and Mobility. And these are the tech areas that the JTM thinks will have a huge effect on the I&C workforce.

As AI technologies change quickly, IMDA wants to make sure that talented people have the skills and knowledge they need to use AI to change things. Because of this, IMDA is working with five Training Partners to help more people learn and re-learn AI and analytics. SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) and Workforce Singapore (WSG) are helping with this. The five Training Partners will work together to create a set of reskilling courses that will help people learn important skills needed by AI workers.


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