Thu Sep 8 BST (in 7 months)
In your timezone (EST): Wed Sep 7 7:00pm - Wed Sep 7 7:00pm
There are benefits in an increasingly data‐driven economy for customers, firms, the wider financial system and economy. However, artificial intelligence and machine learning can pose novel challenges and amplify risks. Although the risks to consumers and firms are well understood, the systemic risks are less well understood. Artificial intelligence may have implications for the regulatory framework and there are areas where further guidance could help firms realise the benefits and mitigate the risks. Central banks and financial regulators can support the safe adoption of artificial intelligence in financial services. Current priorities and topical issues in central banking and financial regulation.
Participants should have some expertise in artificial intelligence and its application with a particular focus on artificial intelligence as it relates to central banking and regulation. The event will likely require participation from delegates. We welcome offers from colleagues to present your organisation's approach to artificial intelligence.