Conference reporting, Digital Transformation

Europe’s regulators adopt AI in 'technological renaissance'

By Ellesheva Kissin
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Europe’s securities regulator has begun to use artificial intelligence in its work with national supervisors, amid heated debates over the safety of AI in the banking system.

The European Securities and Markets Authority is experimenting on multiple AI projects, despite differing global attitudes. Esma chair Verena Ross said ...

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