Artificial intelligence and machine learning are playing an increasingly important role in everyday life and across different economic activities. From day-to-day operations and the real economy, to financial services and economic stability, regulators, policy-makers and economic actors must consider a multiplicity of factors to adjust to a changing economy.
This seminar, held in partnership with the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, focuses on the economics of artificial intelligence and machine learning. Topics of discussion include macroeconomic developments, transforming financial systems, the future of work and regulatory challenges.
09:30-11:30 (New York)
This meeting will be conducted under the OMFIF Rules.