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Preparing your organization for AI: Opportunities, risks, and necessary governance

Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2024
2 p.m. - 3 p.m. ET
Anticipated CPE:
1, Information technology
In this webinar, our experts will uncover why so many organizations are struggling to adopt AI successfully. With opportunities to increase business operation efficiency, it’s important to understand the risks, privacy-related concerns, and how to maximize AI for your organization.
Close up of a business professional's face as they read on their laptop about how to prepare their organization for AI.Many organizations are struggling with the adoption of AI into their business operations. There are many opportunities to streamline business functions and save valuable time for your staff to focus on more value-add work. However, there are risks and privacy-related concerns that the average AI user may not consider when trying to use these solutions.The continued utilization of AI has brought this topic into the spotlight for audit teams when working on risk-based audit planning. Ensuring your organization has set a foundation for appropriate use of new technology is crucial for risk mitigation. In this webinar, we’ll discuss how to effectively implement a governance strategy to prepare for and execute an audit of your organization’s AI-related risks. You’ll leave with a better understanding of the biases of AI, the potential risks of unmanaged AI use, and a framework for implementing an AI governance program at your organization.

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