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If AI can’t bake a cake, can it really do compliance?

Bill Coffin | April 3, 2017

I have written repeatedly about the advent of artificial intelligence in the field of compliance and how revolutionary this technology promises to be. Indeed, the expectations are high for most who follow this topic, since early indicators point to how an artificial intelligence-driven compliance system can radically improve efficiency within a compliance department by removing humans from the roles of manually processing data.

However, it’s still early days for AI in general and, every once in a while, we get to see what the growing pains for a new technology look like, and the results can be pretty hilarious.

Janelle Shane, a neural network research scientist, recently posted some results from a project of hers in which she is using an open-source neural network and a large database of cooking recipes to see what kinds of meals the AI will come up with.... To get the full story, subscribe now.