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The healthcare industry has experienced several changes in recent decades. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), signed into law in 1996, represents one such change. HIPAA was initially intended to simplify how healthcare is administered. However, the law also contributed to the increased administrative burden for healthcare practitioners.
Retail fraud and loss prevention have always been significant business concerns impacting profitability and customer trust. However, with the emergence of AI technologies, there is a newfound potential to combat these challenges more effectively.
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In just the last year, rapid advancements in AI technologies, particularly in natural language processing (NLP), have dramatically impacted virtually every industry. Most recently, large language models (LLMs) have become front and center – driven by the overwhelming popularity of OpenAI's ChatGPT.
Implementing responsible AI in the financial sector is crucial for ethical practices, fairness, and transparency. Financial institutions must prioritize data privacy, address biases, ensure explainability, and practice ongoing monitoring. By doing so, they build trust, mitigate risks, and foster sustainable growth.
As nearly every American household has realized over the last year, large language models combined with generative AI abilities pose tremendous challenges and opportunities for enterprises of every shape and size. Just ask anyone who has heard of ChatGPT.
AI initiatives that cannot find ROI have no use in modern business. However, the path to ROI from enterprise-wide digital transformations is never a straight and narrow road. A pre-pandemic survey from MIT Sloan Management Review and Boston Consulting Group found that 70% of companies among those surveyed reported no value from their AI investments.
While accounting as a discipline has roots going back to the 13th century, current-day accounting software is still based on manual record-keeping just as it was in the 1990s, only with digital checks in a digital checkbook register, allowing users to keep track of their finances on a computer.