Supervisor-centred automation – the role of human-centred automation in judgement-centred prudential supervision - speech by James Proudman

To have been given at a conference on the ‘Impact of AI and Machine Learning on the UK economy’, organised by the Bank of England, CEPR and Imperial College
Published on 27 April 2020

James Proudman looks at how advances in technology could change how we supervise banks and insurers for the better.

Technology such as artificial intelligence and machine learning is likely to transform financial services and the way we regulate them over the next five to ten years.

James discusses if this technology can improve the collection of data, make our regulations easier for financial firms to work with, and make supervisors’ jobs more productive.

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