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The IIC Singapore chapter is led by its Chair, Dr Peter Lovelock, who is also the Director of TRPC, a boutique consulting and research think-tank focused on the policy and regulatory issues of information and communications technology in the region. Marrying these two focal points are the IIC Singapore-TRPC forums which are organized on a quarterly basis to bring together government representatives, industry leaders, academics, and civil society participants. These discussions, which are free to attend and subject to Chatham House rule, revolve around the issues and challenges arising from new developments within the information and communication technology sectors. Bringing together interested members of the local community, the informal nature of the sessions encourages audience participation leading to interactive and candid sharing from different perspectives. Recent topics include ethics and artificial intelligence issues, cross-border privacy, blockchain applications, and cybersecurity to name a few.

Upcoming Events from Singapore

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2nd - 3rd February 2021
Online Annual Asia Telecommunications & Media Forum (Online)
25th February 2021
Online IIC Singapore Chapter Webinar

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Letting the data flow 25.02.2020
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Bids submitted for 5G licences in Singapore 21.02.2020
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Past Events from Singapore

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30th May 2019
Singapore TRPC Forum: The Humanity in Artificial Intelligence
21st November 2018
Singapore TRPC Forum: Privacy in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
2nd August 2018
Singapore TRPC Forum: Privacy Rules Beyond Borders
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