Draft GenAI Framework mirrors Singapore’s broader AI governance efforts
This, however, falls short in prescribing specific practices.
The Draft GenAI Governance Framework showed Singapore’s efforts to contribute to the governance of artificial intelligence (AI), Norton Rose Fulbright noted.
In a Data Protection Report, the firm said the draft provided useful policy insights into areas for development and deployment of generative AI systems.
It, however, fell short in outlining specific practices for organisations to follow.
“It is more of a discussion paper and does not prescribe specific practices for organisations to adopt or implement when deploying generative AI solutions,” the report read.
“This approach is not entirely unexpected at this stage as the technology is still developing rapidly and policymakers worldwide are still grappling with how they should deal with the risks and concerns associated with generative AI.”
This followed the announcement of the Infocomm Media Development for a public consultation on the Draft GenAI Governance Framework. It was conducted in partnership with the AI Verify Foundation.