Artificial Intelligence and Technology in Corporate Governance

The modern boardroom is beset by huge volumes of data that directors must digest to perform their governance functions, data that are only increasing as industries rapidly change and respond to technological disruption. At the same time, corporate scandals as a result of governance failures continue to emerge. Recent Australian inquiries show that company size does complicate, but does not excuse, board transparency and accountability. Moreover, the failure to appropriately make use of existing technology that could have prevented or mitigated corporate misconduct shows that technology can bring us only so far. It has to be supplemented by sound governance … Read more