Ethisphere's Vice President, Pamela Passman, shares her thoughts on these ethical challenges raised by AI.
Companies in the Technology, Media & Entertainment, Technology (TMT) sector are poised to introduce artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced technology solutions to all walks of life.
Emerging markets have experienced significant change and burgeoning development over the last five years, becoming economic powerhouses and stimulating global growth.
This report from BELA Global Strategic Partner EY looks at the findings of their 2017 Europe, Middle East, India and Africa Fraud Survey. In the past few years, significant and sometimes unforeseen political changes have led to increased economic uncertainty and volatility across the EMEA region.
Driven by technological innovation, complex supply chains, increased environmental concerns and an uptick in protectionist trade practices, globalized industries must fundamentally reconsider how they manage risk and how they comply with a plethora of changing and regulations.
Digital transformation has swept across the Consumer Products & Retail (CPR) sector, from manufacturing process automation, to sales and distribution, and logistics and digitization of customer payments.
With the increasing use of AI as the new building block of a company’s data architecture, companies will need to develop new processes to continue to innovate and drive their commercial leadership, while at the same time managing the evolving ethical and legal risks.