INSEAD AI Forum #2

Join us at the INSEAD Artificial Intelligence Forum to discuss AI x Mobility, the Future of Work, and the ethical implications of AI!

About this event

The INSEAD TMT Club is proud to invite you to our INSEAD Artificial Intelligence Forum. We have brought together amazing speakers from companies such as Microsoft, Grab, DBS, and EY, governmental representation from the Monetary Authority of Singapore, as well as CEOs of AI-focused companies who are delighted to discuss the increasing importance that AI has on our business world and society.

Complimentary light dinner and drinks will be served during the networking session!

Tickets are limited. We look forward to seeing you there!


  • Registration (4:45pm – 5:30pm)
  • Opening Remarks (5:30pm – 5:45pm)
  • AI for Good (5:45pm-6:20pm)
  • The Future of Work (6:20pm – 6:55pm)
  • Break (6:55pm – 7:05m)
  • AI & Mobility (7:05pm – 7:40pm)
  • Ethical Implications of AI Panel (7:40pm – 8:30pm)
  • Networking (8:30pm – Close)

* Subject to changes


AI For Good

Richard Koh, CTO of Microsoft Singapore, joins us to share about how Microsoft plans to innovate in the AI space, and how he envisions Artificial Intelligence will soon transform Southeast Asia for the better.

AI & Mobility

Ever wonder how Grab matches you to your driver? What about how it helps you beat traffic? In this talk, Gaurav Bubna (Head of Product, ETAs and Navigation @ Grab) shares how machine learning defines the rider experience using Grab.

The Future of Work

Workplace disruption is here, so why aren’t we acting on it? We have the knowledge to prepare for coming changes to roles and tasks, and there are solutions available to us. David Ashton (Partner @ EY) shares how AI and machine learning are transforming companies on an organizational level, and what we can do about it.

Ethical Implications of AI (Panel)

How do companies reason about data privacy when considering AI solutions? How do governments such as Singapore make sure that AI does not abuse human rights considerations? In this talk, various panelists will discuss how the use of AI complicates ethical questions at a scale unseen before.


  • David Hardoon, Special AI Advisor, Monetary Authority of Singapore
  • Bernard Golstein, CEO of SharperAI, INSEAD ’99
  • Jordan Issakadis, Internation Tax, Business and Digital Lead @ DBS
  • Renee Kaddouch (Moderator) PhD, Foreign Lawyer

Food and beverages proudly sponsored by Digital@INSEAD.

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