Ethics and Artificial Intelligence in Business and Finance
Focuses on ethics related to artificial intelligence for business and finance and offers practical examples for what to consider in building a model for ethics and governance.
NASBA Field of Study
How does artificial intelligence ethics affect our behavior and intentions?
This self study CPE course focuses on ethics related to artificial intelligence for business and finance, offering practical examples for what to consider in building a model for ethics and governance.
In this course, you will learn how to deal with the challenges that AI brings and apply the various ethical challenges in everyday situations.
For instance, if your client or company used artificial intelligence to identify and hire "like-minded people with best personal chemistry for existing team members," and you end up hiring a team with zero diversity − are you compromising ethics?
The explosive growth of AI will drive momentous and rapid adoption of AI in business and finance. This course will also introduce ethical issues or governance violations that should be proactively considered.
- Accounting and finance professionals who deal with AI technology as part of their daily routine, to gain a better ethical foundation in the AI revolution.
- Introduction to AI and ethics
- The difference between ethics and governance
- Understanding the risks of AI
- Understanding the impact potential
- Evaluating risk: What drives the AI risk
- Bias: The hidden criminal in the data
- Intentions and AI
- Liability and law
- Explainable AI
- Challenges with managing ethics
- Identify the challenges of ethics in an artificial intelligence (AI) economy
- Recognize the challenges of machine intelligence ethics.
- Distinguish between different ethical models and how they are applied.
- Analyze various ethical and governance related situations.
- Determine AI applications in finance, accounting, and audit situations
Group ordering for your team
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