Next, we consider the four practices that create the conditions for delivering an AI solution to compliance. Using these four practices can lead to enhanced operational excellence, more efficient business processes, and a more robust compliance experience. They are: (1) developing clear, realistic use cases, (2) managing AI learning, (3) continuous Improvement and (4) thinking cognitively. By applying these practices, business leaders can full operationalize AI applications for compliance into their organizational DNA and set themselves up to reap those rewards. It is a continuous cycle. The capabilities enable employees to execute the practices, and the practices themselves exercise and strengthen the capabilities. This cycle helps companies continually adapt at developing and using AI applications that make operations more efficient and create business value through greater profitability.

Three key takeaways:

  1. AI is not a panacea.
  2. It is not simply about reading numbers, it is thinking critically.
  3. Continuous improvement is a key by product of using AI in compliance.