Artificial Intelligence Learning Series


AI is everywhere these days and everyone seems to be talking about it. They even say it's going to change the future of work. But how? What does AI really mean for your work and the creditors rights industry? We hope to provide answers to these questions and more through our new AI Learning Series (not to be confused with machine learning but we'll cover that too).

Based on requests from you, our members, to have a deeper understanding of artificial intelligence, we'll be providing educational programming, resources, and thought leadership pieces covering everything from the basics of AI technologies to the ethical use and legal implications of AI for our industry.

Our educational programming starts at the 2024 Executive Experience with the session Adopting AI in Debt Collection which will explore the applications of AI in debt collection and how it can be used to improve efficiency and increase revenue.

We're also planning two Legal Learning webinars for the late spring. One will cover the general applications of AI for businesses and doing it safely, and the other will dissect the ethical use of AI in debt collection. Save the date for the ethics webinar (CLE pending) presented by Barron & Newburger's Attorneys Risk Management Team on Tuesday, May 14, at 1 p.m. ET. As a reminder, only NCBA members in good standing can receive CLE for our eligible programming.

Check back here often for updated information on AI events and resources as part of the Learning Series.

AI Learning Series Events

AI Learning Series Resources