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Artificial Intelligence & the risks it may pose for your organization
AI software tools like ChatGPT are emerging into most facets of life, which is already having a major impact on organizations' risk environments. Have you considered the major threats AI software tools can pose to your organization?
Join Stephanie Jones, Ideagen's Head of Internal Audit & Risk Management, and Amanda Whitbrook, Machine Learning expert, as we discuss Artificial Intelligence, its capabilities, and the biggest risks that it can cause to your organization.
Key Talking Points:
- What is AI, and how is it being used in businesses?
- Why are more people using AI writing software?
- What are the biggest risks that AI is causing organizations, such as more sophisticated phishing scams & hacking capabilities?
- How to stay risk aware as new threats emerge.
You can earn 1 CPE Credit throughout this session.
Stephanie is a Certified Internal Auditor and has served as District Advisor for the Midwest Region of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA). Her 12-year career as an audit practitioner includes managing Sarbanes-Oxley testing, reporting, and co-ordination at Compass Minerals, plus several years running teams and projects for insurance companies. Stephanie now applies her experience as the Head of Ideagen's Internal Audit and Risk Management platforms.
Amanda Whitbrook has worked in the field of AI and machine learning for over 15 years, both in academia (University of Nottingham, Loughborough University, University of Derby), and industry (BAE Systems, Ideagen).
She has worked on a diverse number of projects including novel artificial immune systems for robotic navigation, data fusion techniques for situational awareness, novel multi-agent task allocation systems, OCR for engineering drawings, and NLP to enhance customer experience for legislation software.
Amanda holds a BSc (Hons) in mathematics and physics from Nottingham Trent University, an MSc in the management of IT from the University of Nottingham, and a PhD in applied mathematics from Nottingham Trent University.