The AI Ethics Dilemma: Banks Find a Fine Line Between New Tech and 'What's Right'

Finance firms and regulators are beginning to assess the ethical implications of artificial intelligence.

While more than a half-century old, artificial intelligence (AI) is still an emerging field in finance, and with its growth have come concerns about the ethical implications of what is essentially the outsourcing of decision-making to machines.

Banks have always worried that the data they feed to their algorithms is not of sufficient quantity and quality to run effective models; this is a difficult but established problem. Now, though, the industry must deal with the far more nebulous problem

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