Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Bias in Finance: Toward Responsible Innovation
artificial intelligence; AI; finance
According to some futurists, financial markets’ automation will substitute increasingly sophisticated, objective, analytical, model-based assessments of, for example, a borrower’s creditworthiness for direct human evaluations irrevocably tainted by bias and subject to the cognitive limits of the human brain. However, even if they do occur, such advances may violate other legal principles.
Kristin Johnson, Frank Pasquale, and Jennifer Chapman,
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Bias in Finance: Toward Responsible Innovation,
88 Fordham L. Rev. 499
Available at: https://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/flr/vol88/iss2/5
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