AI, Analysis

BoE mulls new stress-tests models to tackle AI ‘monsters in the deep’ 

By Victor Smart
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The Bank of England says new types of stress-tests may be specifically required to tackle risks arising from the use of AI-driven models.

A report written for the BoE raises deep concerns about the inherent complexity and unpredictability of deep learning algorithms. 

Jonathan Hall, an external ...

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