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Beyond the Black Box: Resolving Disputes over the Implementation and Use of AI | 27 April 2023

Beyond the Black Box: Resolving Disputes over the Implementation and Use of AI

Alibaba founder, Jack Ma stated recently that “we should use AI to solve problems rather than being controlled by AI.” However, does the use of AI itself create problems? Should corporate counsel and disputes practitioners be mindful of potential disputes? Or is this paranoia arising from a failure to understand how AI works?

In the first of Maxwell Chambers new #BeyondtheBlackBox series, Benson Lim and Jae Hee Suh will lead the discussion on “Resolving Disputes over the Implementation and Use of AI”.

The discussion, subject to the Chatham House Rules, will address, amongst others:

  • The use of AI in the legal industry to automate and enhance legal work and the related risks.
  • The potential IP and tech-related disputes arising from the use of AI in the commercial sectors. Examples include chat histories on OpenAI’s ChatGPT being made publicly visible due to a bug.
  • The novel disputes relating to the intersection of government regulations and use of AI. These will be discussed in the broader context of the clash between governments and Big Tech, the most recent example of which being the US congressional hearing for TikTok’s Singaporean CEO.
  • The relevance of investment protections and possible investment arbitrations for aggrieved tech investors.
Simmons & Wavelength will also conduct a live demonstration of one of their over 30 legal tech products to the invitees – product details to be unveiled at the discussion!

Please RSVP by 17 April 2023. We look forward to having you join us!

Beyond the Black Box - Resolving Disputes over the Implementation and Use of AI


Benson Lim


Benson Lim focuses on counsel work in international arbitration and litigation involving Singapore, Southeast Asia, Greater China, and Japan. Based in Singapore, his core team is multi-qualified, multinational, and multilingual. He is qualified in Singapore, England and Wales, and New York. He also possesses experience in and full rights of audience before Singapore courts. Fluent in English and Chinese, most of his work is as counsel and mediation advocate. However he has been appointed three times as a sole arbitrator by SIAC and ICC. His experience includes infrastructure, construction, energy and natural resources, corporate, merger and acquisition, disputes involving tech companies, life sciences, international trade, investment, and commodities disputes.

Jae Hee Suh

Jae Hee Suh

Jae Hee Suh is a Counsel in Allen & Overy’s International Arbitration team and specialises in international commercial arbitration and investment treaty arbitration. Jae Hee grew up in Korea, studied and practised law in England and Hong Kong, and is based in Singapore. She has represented States and private clients in the automotive, energy, finance, infrastructure, pharmaceutical, private equity, and TMT sectors for arbitrations under various rules, including the HKIAC, ICC, ICSID, LCIA, SIAC, and UNCITRAL rules. Jae Hee serves as a Steering Committee member of the Young ArbitralWomen Practitioners (YAWP), and the Vice-Chair of the Young Members Group (YMG) of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb)’s Korea Chapter.


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