The mood is shifting when it comes to technological innovation. What are the economic benefits and implications?
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Returning to the world of technology as a data scientist there was a lot to learn; and most of it, not explained simply enough. So, follow Data Analytics Community Advisory Group member Monica Odysseos on this journey as she looks to explain the world of AI…
In the new era of digitalisation, there are emerging challenges relating to the new technology risks while fraud risk increases, adopting new and innovative methods in line with technological progress. In this environment, audit should develop data analytics skills that are beyond traditional risk monitoring and fraud detection tools to meet stakeholders’ evolving expectations.
Audit firms of all shapes and sizes are using technology to support continuous improvements in audit quality and efficiency and provide new insights.
A snapshot of the steps being taken by audit firms to better facilitate fraud deterrence and detection.
There has never been a more exciting time to explore the transformative potential of technology in relation to audit. Tech advances are helping to improve the performance of audit, making it more insightful and informing better conversations in audit teams and with clients.
Cognitive and automation technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) have drawn a great deal of interest, but also concern about the potential for bias and misuse. ICAEW’s Tech Faculty examines the risks associated with the adoption of emerging technology and how these risks can be tackled through internal controls and assurance.
The Corporate Finance Faculty and Drooms have published the world’s first research about the role of artificial intelligence in deals.
Webinars and recordings
This webinar explores simple examples of machine learning and the opportunities for applying machine learning in your business.
This webinar from the Business and Management Faculty will explore business resilience and getting it right.
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Article reports on the government's paper outlining the government’s approach to regulating AI technology in the UK but speculates that the EU Ai Act may become the 'gold standard' of AI regulation.
Article outlines what Artificial Intelligence is, it's history, types of AI, the common AI use cases, and the future of AI.
Article explains why having expert oversight over your organisation's use of AI can safeguard your data and your brand. An AI ethics committee can identify and mitigate the ethical risks of AI products that are developed in-house or procured from third-party vendors.
Policy paper from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, and Office for Artificial Intelligence on the UK's emerging approach to AI regulation.
European Commission hub page for Europe's approach to AI, focussing on 2 areas: excellence in AI and trustworthy AI. The main publications are Proposal for a regulation on artificial intelligence; Strategy on artificial intelligence; Coordinated plan on artificial intelligence 2021 review
Deloitte's third edition of the survey of executives to their sentiments and practices regarding AI technologies.
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