The European Commission unveiled its long-awaited plans about how it wants to regulate artificial intelligence as well as promote greater data sharing throughout the EU to stimulate further growth and competition in digital services.
In sum, federal agencies should reject “rigid, design-based regulations” in favor of flexible approaches to artificial intelligence applications.
The U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office has released guidance that lays out four principles—based on the GDPR—companies must consider when applying AI to their systems.
Machine learning isn’t something that’s going to happen—it’s already happened. Ali Shah, head of tech policy at the U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office, discusses how artificial intelligence will impact regulators.
Artificial intelligence can undoubtedly improve processes and create efficiencies, but it can also be an enormous risk if it’s not designed with ethics in mind.
Results of Compliance Week’s second annual technology survey suggest companies are moving along the technological maturity curve in ways that are both quantitative and qualitative compared to last year.
While many industries have become fixated with the potential of AI – including the field of corporate due diligence – asking if it will replace the human component may be the wrong question.
The “move fast and break things” mantra of the tech world rubs up against a more rigid banking industry as the two find their way in the cloud—but is more legislation really necessary?
In this “Ask Amii” monthly mailbag, executive coach and former Chief Compliance Officer Amii Barnard-Bahn explores the future of compliance and best practices for establishing your program in a non-U.S. domain.
Compliance and procurement leaders see the value in using artificial intelligence, but far too many aren’t confident they have the right skills in place to use it, according to a new report from Dun & Bradstreet.
There is a growing realization that data analysis, devoid of psychological and behavioral analysis, might not be as effective as hoped or intended.
The U.K. Institute of Business Ethics is offering a new guide for companies faced with the ethical challenges of artificial intelligence.
Transparency for all AI-generated decisions is not as important as context, according to new research from U.K. data regulator the Information Commissioner’s Office.
Artificial intelligence is transforming the way that companies and regulators alike tackle money-laundering and terrorist financing risk in remarkable and significant ways.