In the last decade, the field of finance has evolved to incorporate AI into nearly every segment of this industry, be it consumer, retail, institutional, or otherwise. Questions around how this practice fails to address equity issues - or in some cases, intensifies them - continue to persist, forcing policymakers and industry leaders alike to wonder who can and should shape the future of this new technology.

On Tuesday, January 25, from 12-1 p.m. CT, join Chicago Booth’s Center for Applied Artificial Intelligence and the Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation for a virtual panel event which will dissect this nuanced topic. Industry experts who work within the cutting edge of finance and machine learning will discuss how AI is impacting not just finance as an industry, but finance as a service, and what opportunities for improvement exist. They’ll examine questions such as:

  • What does AI in finance mean?
  • Is it realistic to expect AI to solve the problems of inequities? If so, which ones?
  • What are the tangible ways in which AI can actually make a difference?

All members within and outside of the University community are welcome to join the event virtually. Panelists will address questions from attendees at the end of the event.

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