So cool to be in gorgeous Krakow for my first visit to Poland, and to speak about my work in artificial intelligence to government and corporate leaders. Thanks to Forsal, Poland's leading business daily, for interviewing me and Impact for the invitation.
Fabulous to visit beautiful Gothenburg and give a talk on artificial intelligence and the future of work to leading Swedish companies. There is much Europe and Asia can learn from each other.
Many thanks to Dinheiro Vivo, Portugal's business newspaper, for featuring my thoughts on using artificial intelligence to build a more equitable world.
Busy this Saturday? We had 30 motivated young Singaporeans come for their artificial intelligence class this morning. Before they started studying python and pandas, I spoke to them about problem solving with AI and the imperative to do it responsibly.
Think about the pros and cons of every AI engine you deploy, and then mitigate the risks systematically.
These awesome Ngee Ann Polytechnic students are part of Empower: AI for Singapore, a national movement I started to teach all youth in Singapore the basics of #artificialintelligence.
I'm so excited to welcome our new group of motivated students learning artificial intelligence at Ngee Ann Polytechnic today!
This program is part of Empower: AI for Singapore, a national movement I started to teach all youth in the country the basics of artificial intelligence.
Delighted to be in magnificent Madrid to speak at Teradata’s annual conference on my work in building artificial intelligence platforms for large corporations and governments. Many thanks for inviting me!
Many thanks to Berita Harian Singapura, the sole Malay language newspaper published in Singapore, for featuring my work in artificial intelligence and empowering girls in the country to learn coding and AI. Great title "Spread your wings in the future economy" (translated).
Many thanks to Institute of Directors in New Zealand for inviting me to speak about artificial intelligence to senior executives in the country. Lovely day in Auckland.
What are you up to this Sat afternoon? These awesome kids were learning how to code and making games in Scratch at Geylang East Library in Singapore. I stopped by to say Hi and see their creative projects!
Many thanks to Swiss multinational bank UBS for inviting me to share my experience building artificial intelligence platforms with their sovereign investment clients from around the world.
Many thanks to Telia Company, the largest telecommunications company in the Nordics and Baltics, for inviting me to speak on my work in artificial intelligence in beautiful Stockholm today.
Met the wonderful energetic kids at Marine Parade Library working on their introduction to coding (Scratch) projects this Sunday afternoon.
As our charity 21C Girls is a partner of the Code in the Community program, I will be regularly checking in to observe classes and meet students and parents this year.
Huge thanks to LATTICE80 for selecting me as one of the top 100 women in fintech around the world. Am delighted to be in the company of such inspiring women and to continue to use artificial intelligence and big data to help our financial services clients globally.
Excited to launch the second pilot at Ngee Ann Polytechnic of Empower: AI for Singapore, a national movement I founded to educate all Singaporeans about the basics of artificial intelligence. Look out for courses across Singapore starting over the coming year.
According to UNESCO, 142million youth (15-17 yrs) are not in school. It is my mission that all youth in Singapore have access to education in artificial intelligence, and hope many use this knowledge and skills to help their peers across the world who have unjustly been deprived of education.
Fabulous to see girls who code highlighted in The Straits Times today. Thank you for featuring our charity 21C Girls and our students from the Empower: AI for Singapore program. Kudos to TechLadies (Elisha Tan) and CodingGirls (Ann Yuxin Luo) for their great work as well.
Thanks a ton to Mummyfique for including me in your Power Women list and for profiling my work in artificial intelligence and why I believe we can use it to amplify human potential and democratise access to basic services.
Great speaking to the leadership of Schaeffler, one of Germany's leading automotive and industrial components groups, about #ArtificialIntelligence. Thanks to Helmut Bode, CEO Asia-Pacific, and Martin Schreiber, Regional CEO Industrial, for the invitation.
We have to advocate for more women in technology and artificial intelligence to remove gender bias and develop better products. Thanks to The Straits Times for covering our panel on this important topic with Singapore's Minister of Manpower Josephine Teo.
What a great way to spend International Women's Day: discussing artificial intelligence with the women of Maybank, Malaysia’s largest bank with 45,000 employees. Many thanks to Maybank’s inspiring Group Chief Human Capital Officer Nora Manaf and Group Chairwoman Datuk Mohaiyani Shamsudin for inviting me.
Great to be on an excellent panel with Singapore's Minister for Manpower Josephine Teo, deborah ho (Head of South East Asia, BlackRock), and Simon Cooper (CEO, Corporate, Commercial & Institutional Banking, Standard Chartered Bank) to discuss diversity in the workforce and the impact of artificial intelligence on Singapore's future. Many thanks to Standard Chartered Bank for the invitation.
Huge thanks to Asia One for featuring me as one of 10 leading women entrepreneurs in Singapore. So wonderful to be in such great company.
Really proud of the "Empower: AI for Singapore" students that spent every Saturday learning the basics of artificial intelligence for a term, and came out more confident and energised about their future. We are excited to now scale this national movement to teach all Singaporean youth the fundamentals of AI across the country. #EmpowerYourself #LearnAI
Thanks to The New Stack for interviewing me on how to change the narrative on artificial intelligence. Instead of living in fear of an AI blackbox and what it might do to us, let's empower ourselves to think of what we can do *with* it to achieve our goals.