What happens when machines can make more accurate and insightful banking decisions but do so for reasons humans did not, and in some cases literally cannot, comprehend? Are current model risk, anti-discrimination, and other regulations designed to govern human choices appropriate for decisions made with little or no human input? Please join our panel for a robust discussion of these issues.
- Elijah Alper, (moderator) Capital One, Vienna, VA
- David Palmer, Federal Reserve Board, Division of Banking Supervision and Regulation, Washington, DC
- Katrina Sharman, Happy Money, Costa Mesa, CA
- Robert Savoie, McGlinchey Stafford PLLC, Cleveland, OH
Presented by: Banking Law Committee
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