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As AI systems become increasingly capable of greater cognitive functions across vast enterprises and public functions, more severe concern around how these technologies might impact humanity and how those impacts are covered by relevant media is becoming a central talking point across global governing bodies.
The United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) was established in 1968 as an autonomous institution in response to a United Nations resolution urging expanded crime prevention and criminal justice activities. UNICRI's mission is to advance justice, crime prevention, security, and the rule of law to support peace, human rights, and sustainable development.
The OECD.AI Policy Observatory is an inclusive platform that brings together resources and expertise from the OECD and its partners to facilitate dialogue and provide evidence-based policy analysis on the impact of AI. It is built upon the foundation of the OECD AI Principles, the first intergovernmental standard on AI adopted in 2019, endorsed by OECD countries and partner economies.
There’s more to successful AI adoption than picking the right technology. Business leaders should be aware of the technical requirements of the initiative they’re undertaking, and few of those requirements are as important as data.
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Large insurance companies have been experimenting with AI since the middle of the 2010s, piloting chatbots and collecting telematics data for future AI projects. The insurance industry more than many others relies on the collection of data to make critical business decisions. Whether writing policies, or processing claims efficiently the way insurers employ data will determine the lifetime value of the customer.
The financial sector was among the first to adopt artificial intelligence in business by automating fraud prevention with anomaly detection technology. Now financial institutions, including lenders, stand to benefit from automating back-end processes by digitizing documents and eliminating manual data entry.