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How Compliance and Risk Officers Can Balance the Benefits and Risks of AI in Compliance

Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing industries and the way we interpret data, with generative AI leading as a groundbreaking subfield. Generative AI offers immense potential for streamlining numerous compliance functions and operations. However, these advances also come with significant compliance challenges and digital risks. Without diligent oversight, poor application of generative AI technologies can open organizations up to significant corporate compliance, regulatory, litigation, and reputational risks. This white paper explores the role generative AI may play in reshaping organizational approaches to risk and compliance. It will discuss ways corporate compliance officers can proactively mitigate risks and enable an approach of informed and vigilant adoption.

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What 2024 Holds for Blockchain and Digital Assets

Since the dawn of blockchain, each year has brought a flurry of excitement, unfulfilled hype, disruption, setback and innovation. The coming year will be no exception. Organizations have an opportunity to engage in emerging opportunities by watching developments closely and implementing risk-conscious strategies for pilot projects and investments in blockchain and digital assets.

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Global Investigations Review Feature: Massimo Chiasera of Bär & Karrer and FTI Technology’s Jerry Lay Discuss Deepfakes in Litigation and Investigations

The global hype around generative artificial intelligence such as ChatGPT is larger, fiercer, and more speculative than many of the previous waves of technological disruption. However, the current fascination with ChatGPT's text-based language capabilities often overlooks the equally impactful and potentially riskier content AI can generate in the form of audio, text, video and images.

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Forecasting Digital Risk in 2024

After a feverish period of disruption across many facets of technology, it’s becoming more difficult to delineate between what could happen and what will happen in the months and year ahead. Business leaders often rely upon industry forecasts to prepare for anticipated change that is likely to impact their operations, go-to-market strategies, hiring plans, etc. Yet in a hype-filled environment in which it seems like anything is possible, organizations must be highly discerning about how they prepare for evolving digital risk and establish resilience for future technological disruption.

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The 2024 General Counsel Report Part 2: Rapid Advancement and Digital Risk Shape Technology Adoption, Use and Proficiency

Digital risk has triggered a fundamental shift in the corporate legal department. Against a tremulous cultural, economic and geopolitical backdrop, numerous issues have cascaded into tipping points across the legal function. Data-centered regulatory activity, privacy requirements, generative artificial intelligence disruption, technology advancement and an expansive web of emerging data sources are now impacting the way legal departments prioritize resources. In addition to placing tremendous demand on in-house counsel, this environment has led to a decline in the general counsel’s feelings of preparedness for every major risk category.

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Ensuring Appropriate Safeguards in an AI-Driven Environment

Experts Wendy King (FTI Consulting), Danielle Panetta (Goodwin Proctor), Michael Rispin (Sprout Social), and Lisa Lahey share stories about maintaining best practices when faced with disruptive new technologies like generative AI.

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Looking Back and Ahead at The General Counsel Report for EMEIA

The role of the general counsel has changed significantly in the last three years, and more change is underway. As chief legal officers have become more squarely established as strategic business leaders, they have also taken on more responsibility and a wider field of issues for which they act as key decision makers. While this change is beneficial to reducing corporate risk and improving organisational efficiencies, it has also caused legal departments to feel more strains on resources than ever before.

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Driving Innovative Client Solutions

At FTI Technology we drive innovative client solutions to solve data-related business challenges. Innovative technology, expert services and tenacious problem-solving provide our global clients with defensible and repeatable solutions. Technology plays a key role in turning large and complex volumes of data into information that enables businesses to make informed decisions.

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Digital Innovations from FTI Technology: Testing the Intersection of E-Discovery and ChatGPT (Part 2)

FTI Technology’s data innovation lab leads cutting-edge research, development and testing across the most disruptive technologies. Our experts have a strong track record of creating novel solutions, workflows and practice areas in e-discovery, digital forensics, analytics, machine learning, emerging data sources, blockchain and more. This article series provides a peek behind the curtain of our ongoing work relating to the implications of ChatGPT and other large language models (LLM) in e-discovery.

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Exploring the Potential Impact of Generative AI on Legal Operations

Presentation to the Association of Corporate Counsel on ethical considerations and pitfalls.

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Digital Innovations from FTI Technology: Exploring the Intersection of E-Discovery and ChatGPT (Part 1)

FTI Technology’s data innovation lab is committed to leading research, development and testing at the front end of the most disruptive technologies. Our experts have a strong track record of pioneering solutions, workflows and practice areas in e-discovery, digital forensics, analytics, machine learning, emerging data sources, blockchain and more. This article is the first in a series of posts that will share findings from our labs relating to the implications of ChatGPT and other large language models (LLM) in e-discovery.

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Q&A: A Glimpse at Digital Risk Management in Switzerland

Sacha Truffer joined the FTI Technology team in Switzerland as one of the pioneering team members in the country. Sacha’s background includes more than 20 years of investigations and digital forensics expertise, having more than a decade in the insurance industry as an executive overseeing investigations of claims fraud and internal fraud. This Q&A provides more insight into Sacha’s outlook regarding investigations and other risk areas for clients in Switzerland.

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What AI Can Learn from Privacy: Recommendations for AI Governance

FTI Consulting Senior Managing Director, Nina Bryant, joined IAPP Principal Researcher, Katharina Koerner, CIPP/US to discuss findings from the IAPP report on responsible AI and privacy. This webcast covers:

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Findings From the Report on Responsible AI and Privacy Governance

FTI Consulting Senior Managing Director, Jake Frazier, joined IAPP Principal Researcher, Katharina Koerner, CIPP/US to discuss findings from the IAPP report on responsible AI and privacy. This webcast covers:

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Replacing Lawyers with Robots? A Discussion on the Ethics of AI and Machine Learning in Legal Document Review.

When Google engineer Blake Lemoine announced last year that the AI chat bot tool he had helped develop had achieved sentience, and that it possessed a soul, many people reacted with fear and concern. That wave continued with the seemingly overnight emergence of ChatGPT into the mainstream. To many, these developments seemed like science fiction come to life — that technology advancement had unwittingly crossed into an age where artificially created intelligence was on track to supersede that of its creators. The resounding question was: will this lead to mass job losses, or worse?

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Set the Story Straight: How Analytics-Driven Storytelling Reduces Compliance Risk

Organizations are struggling to manage risk and compliance. A Ropes & Gray survey found that 57% of senior-level executives rank this as one of the top two risk categories they feel least prepared to address. Since that survey, regulators around the world have ratcheted up their enforcement efforts — the SEC announced a more aggressive approach (and reported a 7% increase in enforcement actions from 2020 to 2021), the DOJ issued statements about its revitalized intentions to “be bold” against white-collar crime, the FTC is placing greater scrutiny on the relationship between market dominance and consumer data privacy harm and countless authorities around the globe have issued new regulations relating to digital assets, security, privacy, AI and more.

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2023 Privacy and AI Governance Report

This report explores the state of AI governance in organizations and its overlap with privacy management. We focused on companies’ change processes when striving to use AI according to responsible AI principles such as privacy, accountability, robustness, security, explainability, fairness and human oversight. This study aims to report on different approaches to governing AI in general and to explore how these nascent governance efforts intersect with existing privacy governance approaches

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Understanding the Differences and Benefits between Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) may be among the most over-hyped buzzwords of the last decade. Still, behind the hype, these technologies have tangible and meaningful applications that can help companies gain insights into large volumes of unstructured data, support predictive decision-making, improve customer experience and detect vulnerabilities, among other things. Given the accelerating pace of change within organizations and across technology advancements, it can be difficult for business leaders to stay abreast of the benefits and risks associated with AI and ML as well as the key differences between these evolving technologies.

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The AI and Investigations Paradigm: Faster, More Precise, Defensible

The average e-discovery matter today involves more than 6.5 million pages of documents. In complex, multi-national matters and high-stakes internal investigations, data volumes are often much higher. Outdated manual processes and reluctance to leverage advanced tools to find key information from within large, diverse data sets are resulting in excessive time, cost and complexity in bringing matters to a swift and defensible conclusion.

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Emerging Fairness and Transparency Considerations in Artificial Intelligence

In this webinar Jon Asprey, (Managing Director at FTI Consulting), Thomas Hammp, (Senior Technical Staff Member – AI Governance at IBM) and Oscar Hayward (Associate at Latham & Watkins), explore what organisations could and should be doing to prepare for increased AI adoption.