AI use proliferating in UK financial services, regulators find

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Forms of artificial intelligence are already widely used in the UK financial sector and are likely to proliferate further in the coming years, regulators say.

A large number of UK financial firms are already using machine learning, a form of artificial intelligence, a survey by the Bank of England and the Financial Conduct Authority found.

The survey found two-thirds of respondents already use machine learning (ML), in some form in their business, and that use is likely to increase rapidly

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