2022 Practitioner’s Guide to Auditing AI/ML Algorithms (Part 1) Review

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Signup Deadline: 23 Dec, 2021
Starts: 13 Jan, 2022
Ends: 24 Jan, 2022
Location: Online Opportunity


Volunteer subject matter experts are needed for a new ISACA white paper, Practitioners Guide to Auditing AI/ML Algorithms. Successful candidates for this volunteer experience will be knowledgeable of the IT audit process (planning, fieldwork, reporting). They will also have technical knowledge of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) as related to auditing.

Preference is also given to those applicants who are familiar with ITAF.

The review period is expected to be 21 December - 7 January. 

Anticipated outcomes:

        Volunteer reviewers will be asked to:

  • Review the whitepaper’s content for technical accuracy.
  • Use career experience to ensure that the whitepaper accurately reflects current audit practices as related to the use of AI and ML.
  • Use knowledge of audit and AI and ML to ensure that the whitepaper’s content is relevant to auditors.

Volunteer Criteria:

  • CISA certification required
  • Have specific experience auditing IT controls.
  • Currently hold an audit or assurance position as an experienced senior auditor, a manager, or a director.
  • Possess knowledge of ISACA frameworks, products, certifications and services.
  • ISACA Membership not required.
  • Geographic area representation of volunteers desired in the volunteer pool.

Volunteer benefits:

  • Up to 4 CPE credits (max. 20 annually) in the area of Contributions to the Profession upon successful completion of the term.
  • Name listed in the published whitepaper as an Expert Reviewer.


All volunteers must have an ISACA Participation Agreement on file. To see if your agreement is active, visit your volunteer profile. Access all volunteer policies here.


Audit & Assurance
Knowledge and Content

Volunteers Needed:

10 (0 open slots)

Experience Required:

4 - 6 Years Industry Experience

CPE Credits:


Staff Facilitator:

Melissa Swartz
Director, Membership and Community Operations

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