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Entries in Artificial Intelligence (11)

Tuesday
Aug072018

Richard Bistrong: Embrace the best compliance resource of all

Two great recent posts on the FCPA Blog talked about the heavy demands on compliance professionals generated by the global regulatory patchwork.

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Monday
Jul302018

Martin Kenney: Why is the pressure on compliance professionals so intense?

Lindsay Columbo’s excellent post for the FCPA Blog (“How did due diligence ever become so complicated?”) articulated a set of thought-provoking observations that many of us working in the financial and legal sector, and who have compliance and KYC obligations, have been pondering for some time.

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Monday
Jul232018

Event: Are you ready for tomorrow’s tech-driven compliance systems?

It's increasingly important to understand the way disruptive technologies such as blockchain, cryptocurrencies, artificial intelligence, and big data are already impacting and will continue to shape how compliance systems work.

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Monday
Jul092018

Vera Cherepanova: AI doesn't solve ethical dilemmas, it exposes them

Artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies are expected to bring massive operational efficiencies to compliance and ethics program management tasks. But what exactly is behind these buzzwords?

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Wednesday
Jan242018

Kevin Bogdanov on automation: We're in the midst of a disruptive evolution

Compliance professionals know intuitively that we’re in the midst of a disruptive evolution, with big data being a way of life and emerging technologies like AI and blockchain promising more to come.

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Monday
Dec112017

UK Regulator: Smart machines alone can't defeat money laundering

Rob Gruppetta, Head of the Financial Crime Dept. at the FCAArtificial intelligence will always be a "work in progress" in fighting money laundering and won't entirely replace humans and their intuition, a top UK regulator said.

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Wednesday
Oct252017

David McLaughlin: How AI can nail a bribe paying scrap metal dealer

Last year 27 companies paid nearly $2.5 billion to resolve FCPA-related offenses. So far this year, 9 companies have paid more than $1.2 billion for FCPA-related settlements. Yet despite these staggering outcomes, existing tools deployed today by corporations are not capable of effectively mitigating FCPA risk.

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Friday
Sep082017

Enforcement agencies to world: New technologies raise bar for due diligence

The growing complexity of third-party relationships, and the immediate regulatory and reputational risks of those third parties has procurement teams, compliance officers and legal departments working to figure out the best way to proceed.

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Thursday
Jun012017

Dan Adamson on AI: Due diligence needs more human judgment, not less

Just 15 years ago, due diligence researchers might spend hours retrieving documents from courthouses and sifting through microfiche at libraries. As recently as 2010, they could go through six to 12 months of training just to learn how to create a “level 1” report. 

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Wednesday
May032017

Scott Shaffer: Due diligence still needs the human element

Over the past 10 years, I’ve seen many new firms enter the FCPA due diligence space. They're often big data companies commoditizing the investigative field.

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Thursday
Jan122017

Dan Adamson: Top AI Trends for Enterprises in 2017

There’s no doubt that the growing commercialization of Artificial Intelligence will continue in 2017. Much of that commercialization effort will be focused around robotics, cars, and consumer side applications. However, 2017 should also start to see real growth of applications for AI in enterprises as well.

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