Your Artificial Intelligence Doesn't Understand 'Compliance', Yet

The question: “What are you doing, Daddy?” one sunny afternoon resulted in an attempt to explain Machine Learning (ML) to my ~ eight-year-old daughter; we are homeschooling, after all. I was sat at my desk and she was interested in what I was doing. “I’m trying to explain to this chap that Artificial Intelligence isn’t something you can apply to compliance yet.” Well, that opened a massive can of worms in my eight-year-old’s brain.

Let us start with compliance. I mean, what is it? How do you define it in a way that it makes sense when you do not have any intent? You can’t, without understanding its location in the conversation. If you walked up to random people on the street and asked the simple question: “What is compliance?” The responses would vary and I assume that in most cases people would mention their sector in the answer: an accountant, a police officer, electrician or another engineer; the answers are specific to the work output, or the potential risk.

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