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The challenges of change

Members of the ACFE Board of Regents always bring a wealth of experience from their respective sectors. Here they impart their thoughts on an array of topics and the importance of continual learning in the ever-evolving anti-field field.

Technological advancements remain a hot talking point among anti-fraud professionals, especially following the launch late last year of ChatGPT, the generative artificial intelligence (AI) tool that facilitates everything from coding to passing an MBA exam to writing flawless texts. Fears are that AI technology will soon make it easier for fraudsters to dupe their victims in a whole host of ways. But some CFEs think this is just par for the course in a field where fraud examiners are always adapting to change in a continual cat-and-mouse game with criminals.

Members of the Board of Regents sat down with Fraud Magazine at the 34th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference in Seattle to talk about AI and other technological threats, job scams, how to better protect whistleblowers and advice for aspiring CFEs.

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