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Plotting a roadmap toward responsible use of AI in IR
|The power that artificial intelligence has to transform the way we work is huge, and has the potential to significantly enhance the investor relations profession if used correctly.
However, there are many risks associated with implementing this technology due to it’s nascency, and with few use cases to reference.
IR Magazine and Notified are looking to change this, with the help of experienced in-house IR professionals, by creating a guide to implementing AI in Investor Relations through the creation of a global working group.
On Tuesday, October 3 in New York, members will gather to participate in a series of exercises, that will help provide practical advice on how to navigate implementation challenges, and embed AI into your IR activities.
The working group is exclusively for investor relations professionals at listed companies, is fully interactive and free to attend for those IR professionals who want to contribute and help the IR profession move forward with its adoption of this game-changing technology.
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All workshop timings are in local time (ET)
Registration, breakfast and networking
Welcome and opening remarks
We open the workshop by setting out the aims, agenda and opening with some views on the challenge ahead.
Exercise 1: Getting started with AI in IR
In small groups, we ask attendees to introduce themselves and share current experiences with implementing AI. Specifically;
1. What areas of IR have you been using AI to assist with your IR activities?
2. What steps have you taken to implement AI into your IR activities (i.e. setting up a working group, developing activity, experimenting, etc.)?
3. What has worked well?
4. What lessons have you learned?
Exercise 2: Identifying barriers to implementation
1. Using Slido, we will ask everyone to spend 5 minutes listing the most significant barriers to implementation in one word (i.e. data, budget, IP, security, RegFD etc.). This will feed into a word cloud that can be displayed on the screen.
2. We can then pick the most frequently mentioned topics, ask people to put their hands up if they listed those as a challenge and ask them to elaborate on why this is a challenge.
3. Invite other attendees to share how they have attempted to overcome these challenges.
Break, snacks, and rotate tables
Exercise 3: Prioritizing IR workflows
As a whole group, we will discuss the benefits and implementation challenges for using AI in different IR workflows.
During this discussion, the group will score each IR workflow on
a) The ease of implementation
b) The impact of AI on the IR task (in terms of quality and efficiency)
At the end of the session, we will produce a matrix that will show the workflows that are easiest to implement and have the greatest impact.
Exercise 4: Safe, ethical and responsible use
Small groups will be asked to discuss potential ethical and safety concerns and identify safeguards that need to be put in place to minimize risks.
Exercise 5: Create an implementation checklist
In our final exercise for the day we ask working group members to outline the practical steps that can be taken toward implementing artificial intelligence into their IR activities, and to rank them in order of importance. Following the workshop, we will turn these actions into a template checklist that other IR teams can use to get started on their IR journey.
We finish the workshop by drawing on some of the conclusions from the day’s discussion and keep people updated on the next steps for the working group
End of workshop
Places at this workshop are limited.
To apply to join the working group, please fill out the form below, which tells us about your current use of artificial intelligence in IR.
If you have not received an invitation to attend or would like further information, please contact Steven Wade at [email protected]
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