Tag: artificial intelligence
Five AI issues to consider right now
We may not know what AI will mean for us all in the long term, but there are immediate actions boards can take to prepare.
How to bring AI to the board
The ready availability of artificial intelligence means that boards need to rapidly get to grips with AI and what it can—and can’t—do.
Could ChatGPT technology join the board?
Although governance may stop artificial intelligence replacing anyone on the board today, AI may soon prove to be a useful boardroom tool.
News round-up: this week in governance
US divided on ESG influence in investment; FTSE 250 bullish on M&As; ChatGPT has a lot to say on governance.
Boards may evolve a ‘duty’ to use AI
Artificial intelligence has prompted huge interest and questions about whether the technology and the law are ready for robots on boards.
Embrace data analytics to boost risk assessment, advises CIIA
Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors’ report cites a lack of skills, resources and time as organisational barriers to effective analysis.
Let AI pick up the board’s admin only, experts advise
It may be some way off yet, but governance by robots is coming and directors need to be ready, according to new research.
How to ensure governance of artificial intelligence (AI)
An ISO standard issued this year gives guidance to boards on the governance implications of adopting the use of AI in organisations.
AI decision-making presents new ethical risks
Businesses are allowing artificial intelligence to make decisions that need a human touch. Boards must balance the risks and benefits.
Rethinking boards: what does the future hold for directors?
As companies increase in complexity, directors may struggle to add impact and value. Here are five potential areas for board reform.