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AI-generated control and policy descriptions with Ask Hailey

Louis Strauss |

March 7, 2023
AI-generated control and policy descriptions with Ask Hailey

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AI-generated control and policy descriptions with Ask Hailey


We're excited to announce the launch of our new AI-powered functionality, Ask Hailey. With the help of GPT-3, Ask Hailey makes it easier than ever for businesses to create control descriptions and control set descriptions based on linked standards, laws, and regulations.




In the first scenario, the description of a control linked to one or more provisions (clauses within a standard, law or regulation) is generated based on the content and context of the linked provisions. Ask Hailey can analyze and understand each linked provision and then generate a summary as the control description. Similarly, Ask Hailey can generate a control set description based on the authorities linked to the control set, creating a comprehensive summary of what the control set covers.

Ask Hailey represents a breakthrough in compliance management. By leveraging GPT-3, we've created a powerful tool to help businesses to understand and stay on top of their compliance requirements. This is the first release of Ask Hailey, with plenty more to come, and we're excited to see how Ask Hailey will make a real difference in the lives of compliance professionals and businesses across all industries.

Learn more here.

Louis Strauss

Written by Louis Strauss

Louis began his career in Berlin where he also founded Dobbel Berlin – Berlin’s curated search engine. Returning to Melbourne to join KPMG, Louis lead the development of software designed to distribute IP and create a platform for us by advisors and clients. While at KPMG, Louis also co-authored Chasing Digital: A Playbook for the New Economy. Louis is accomplished in stakeholder management, requirements gathering, product testing, refinement and project implementation. Louis also holds a Bachelor of Engineering and a Masters of Information Systems from the University of Melbourne.