Abhishek Mittal | Re-Imagining Regulatory Obligation Management
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Content Enrichment: Development and deployment of a 5-stage taxonomy. Applying the taxonomy to tag regulations and classify them for improved discovery & work assignment.
Smart Authoring: Leveraging advanced NLP and ML techniques to learn from the past content authoring for identification of key requirements and faster & complete authoring.
Obligation Graph: Finally linking regulatory obligations to products, process, functional area, topics and raw citation text. This enables end-end audit trail and linkage of policies to regulatory requirements enabling financial institutions to meet their regulatory compliance
This video is a talk from Abhishek Mittal from Wolters Kluwer. He explains how his workspace and company works on re-imagining regulatory obligation management. One solution that his company Wolters Kluwer provides is software and content based services with OneSumX ProViso being one of them. Abhishek talks about the obligations that companies have such as bringing out a product and making sure that the product is compliant. Wolters Kluwer helps streamline the process with the use of OneSumX ProViso. #knowledgegraphs #knowledgegraphconference #knowledgegraphbusiness #knowledgegraphsandbigdataprocessing #knowledgegraphmachinelearning
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