launches Regulatory Heroes recruitment drive

Source: announces its search for Regulatory Heroes to assist as "Experts in the Loop" (EITL) for classifying and ranking regulatory documents on its AI-powered financial regulatory platform.

 Qualified contributors gain immediate access to the industry's most comprehensive collection of regulatory insights, trends and content.

The EITL method enlists professionals with industry expertise to work in unison and continuously improve the machine learning and AI-based decisions; by integrating human input and validation, for properly curating tagged content.

"We are excited to partner with to bridge a clear gap in the financial industry," says My Nguyen, Co-Founder and Head of Partnerships of FinTech School. "This partnership is clearly in line with our direction as professional educators. allows our expert instructors to contribute to a dynamic platform that is curating the latest regulatory content in real-time, giving institutions smart tools to save money and increase efficiency."

With the help of the financial industry's Regulatory Heroes, automatically processes millions of regulatory documents from all major federal and state agencies, as well as white papers, and boils them down to tangible insights and trends. Regulatory Heroes gain free access to the industry's most comprehensive regulatory content in exchange for their input into the platform's curation process.

"It is important to be aware when regulatory changes are being discussed, so failing to monitor on a regular basis is problematic,"  Carliss Chatman, Assistant Professor of Law, Northern Illinois University. "With, I am able to monitor as much as I need in a way that doesn't waste my time, or valuable research assistant's time. Curated content allows me to review a single daily email that combines all updates from the agencies and regulations of interest, as well as dig deeper when I need to, or rest assured knowing I haven't missed any financial regulatory change of importance to my scholarship or teaching concerns."

If you are a law student, a compliance or legal industry professional, you may be eligible to become a contributor in the Regulatory Heroes program and gain free access and industry recognition for your contributions. will be launching the program with a panel discussion on the topic: "What do Syria, Russia and financial compliance have in common?" at Gunderson Dettmer in Redwood City on Wednesday, August 16 from 6-8 pm. You can find out more about becoming a Regulatory Hero at this event. Register online at

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