Artificial intelligence: key questions for financial supervisors

Manoj Singh outlines what supervisors need to be asking as they learn to interrogate machines

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Financial supervisors are known for asking tough questions, however the direction of their questioning to a large extent depends on their understanding of the situation. With the integration of different models of artificial intelligence (AI) in the business processes of financial institutions, financial supervisors must have a clear understanding of what questions they need to ask.

The emergence of AI is being described as the most significant event after the industrial revolution or discovery

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