Join hosts Robin Grosset, Chief Technology Officer of MindBridge who has worked in the analytics and artificial intelligence field for several decades, and Rachel Kirkham, Vice President of Product and AI at MindBridge who has deep expertise in applying advanced technologies like AI in the audit and financial business space.
The secret to successful adoption of advanced technologies is as much concerned with people and processes as it is technology. In the search of quick wins organizations have attempted to retrofit AI to existing work practices. While this approach can yield initial successes, reimagining your approach can open up avenues for significantly greater long-term value. The real transformative power of AI comes from adapting and changing how we work.
In this webinar, we will share numerous examples, including real-world success stories that demonstrate how thoughtful approaches can create dramatic value and rapid return on investment.
- Understand AI’s role in the Fourth Industrial Revolution and its business significance.
- Uncover the strategies leading to the highest possible ROI from AI investments.
- Discuss how to circumvent common pitfalls and recognize the limitations of merely integrating AI into existing processes.
- Learn from real-world examples of successful AI implementation for financial risk discovery.
- Discover how you can embark on your AI journey today.
Register now to discover how to reshape your business by leveraging AI and financial risk discovery technologies for the greatest impact. The future belongs to those who adapt their practices to maximize ROI in this rapidly advancing industrial revolution.
*This course provides 1 CPE Credit. CPE Credits will only be issued on sessions where the participants meet the group live requirements as outlined by NASBA (see below).
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