Discover the impact of Generative AI on regulatory affairs professionals in the food industry. Join our webinar on June 7th at 4 pm CET.
In recent years, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) has become increasingly prevalent across industries. The food industry is no exception, and this has had a significant impact on the role of regulatory affairs and compliance professionals.
Regulatory affairs and compliance professionals play a critical role in ensuring that products are developed, tested, and marketed in accordance with regulations and guidelines. They are responsible for evaluating the safety, efficacy, and quality of products and ensuring that they comply with relevant regulations.
AI can have a positive impact on regulatory compliance processes by improving their efficiency and accuracy. For example, AI can be used to analyze large amounts of data from regulations and identify potential non-compliance issues more quickly than traditional methods. This can help regulatory affairs and compliance professionals make informed decisions about whether a product is safe, legal, and effective for consumers.
However, the use of AI in regulatory affairs and compliance also presents some challenges. One of the key challenges is the potential for biased results due to inadequate technical review. Additionally, there may be a need for regulatory affairs and compliance professionals to develop new skills related to AI, such as data analytics and machine learning.
That's why we are announcing an important webinar for the food safety industry. We would like to invite you to our upcoming webinar and provide a comprehensive understanding of the impact of new technology on Regulatory Affairs & Compliance professionals in the food industry.
During the webinar, we’ll explore real case scenarios of what AI does now and where it’ll be in 5 years from now. We’ll discuss how AI is currently being used to automate certain tasks related to regulatory compliance, such as document or label review and approval, and how it can free up time for regulatory affairs and compliance professionals to focus on more complex tasks. We’ll also examine the potential impact of AI on job security within the profession.
- Nicola Colombo. Global Head of SGS DIGICOMPLY
- Jakub Janostik. Team Lead - Product Engineering and AI
- Jayne Hipkiss. Regulatory Change Management Consultant - Former Global Corporate Regulatory Compliance Director at Mars Inc (Chocolate, Food, Sugar & Gum, and Pet)
If you’re a food regulatory compliance expert, affiliate managing regulatory compliance projects, or anyone interested in learning more about AI-powered regulatory solutions, this webinar is for you. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to gain valuable insights into this complex and evolving issue.
Register now and join us on June 7th at 4 pm CET for an hour-long exploration of how AI is impacting the role of regulatory affairs and compliance professionals in the food industry.