A Legal Perspective on Industry 4.0

A Legal Perspective on Industry 4.0

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This is an one hour webinar providing an overview of the legal issues arising from the use of Industry 4.0 technologies (such as AI, Big Data, Robotics and blockchain) in business. It is geared towards those without a deep knowledge of the law - but who have, nevertheless, to deal with Show more

This is an one hour webinar providing an overview of the legal issues arising from the use of Industry 4.0 technologies (such as AI, Big Data, Robotics and blockchain) in business. It is geared towards those without a deep knowledge of the law - but who have, nevertheless, to deal with these issues in the course of their work. The issues include issues of liability for use of the technologies, compliance and regulatory issues and intellectual property issues.

Dr Toh See Kiat (Chairman Goodwins Law Corporation and Edition Limited; Vice-chairman CommerceNet Singapore Limited, an e-commerce consultancy) graduated with an LLB (Hons) Degree from the National University of Singapore (1982) and was admitted to the Singapore Bar in 1983. He has a Master's Degree in Law from Harvard University (1986) and a PhD on e-Commerce law from the University of London (1991). He has also been admitted as a Solicitor in England and Wales.

Dr Toh is Chairman at Edition Limited, an agritech company listed on the Singapore Stock exchange, an external lecturer at the Nanyang Technological University, has drafted legislation for UAE and was a consultant with Asian Development Bank and World Bank. His practice is in the laws on Internet use, e-Commerce, data privacy, cybersecurity, e-government, Industry 4.0 and other technology law issues and is up to date on the latest developments in these fields.

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