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Posts Tagged: Artificial Intelligence

My time inside Novartis ERC

At the gatehouse, the security guard passed me a Novartis visitor’s badge, and I turned to walk down Fabrikstrasse – the campus’ central boulevard. Two thoughts popped into my head: I think I’m too early (I was) and I hope these people are friendly (they were).Continue Reading

The challenges of using software to detect financial crime

Regulators and private firms increasingly rely on technology to identify financial crimes. As detailed in a recent report by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), organizations can use artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other tools to prevent corruption and related forms of illicit finance. Continue Reading

This post was written by AI

What began as good-natured tech tinkering last week ended down the rabbit hole of AI-powered content and its unsettling implications for compliance. And what a deep hole it is.… Continue Reading

The AI due diligence revolution has begun

As the ecosystem of third parties continues to grow, AML due diligence has become more difficult. The challenge of identifying and vetting suppliers, consultants, agents, affiliates and resellers would be insurmountable without the use of technology.Continue Reading

The truth about AI and due diligence

There has been a lot of discussion lately about the possible uses of artificial intelligence in anti-bribery compliance. Most commentators recognize that AI (and its more unassuming cousin, machine learning) won’t do away with current practices altogether.… Continue Reading

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.

Lindsay Columbo discussed the challenges of due diligence amid regulatory differences, among other variables, but said consistent standards and regulations “can be understood and addressed regardless of jurisdiction or any other factor.”… Continue Reading

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.

The International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) is holding a two-day seminar on this topic for professionals and others from September 20 to 21 at our Laxenburg/Vienna campus.… Continue Reading

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?

A more holistic view leads me to a conclusion that what a machine technology can do is less interesting than how it should be taught to do it.… Continue Reading

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.… Continue Reading