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Counting What Counts

by Marcus Lim


May 16, 2022

In 1942, author Isaac Asimov laid out a set of rules intended to govern the choices of robots and avoid potentially catastrophic consequences of artificial intelligence proliferation.1 Numerous arguments have since been put forth as to why the Three Laws of Robotics are inadequate and Asimov’s subsequent short stories intentionally depicted robots in various situations where their application led to counterintuitive outcomes. ... (cont)

The 2022 Compendium is available now!

Now in its 5th year, Starling's Compendium features over 60 contributors from across the industry as well as detailed analysis of the latest trends in culture & conduct risk supervision.

MAS Chairman Says World Faces a "Perfect Long Storm"

by Starling Insights


Mar 14, 2022
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Culture & Conduct Risk: Singapore Sets the Pace for Peers

by Stephen Scott, Mark Cooke


Jun 05, 2021

Financial sector regulators are placing increased emphasis on company culture and the conduct risks and consumer harm that it may promote. Among global peers, Singapore is setting the pace for effective governance of such risks, say Starling’s Stephen Scott and Mark Cooke.

2021 UPDATE | Singapore

by Starling Insights


May 17, 2021
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