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December 14, 2023

AI Applications in Finance: Considering the Benefits and Risks

The Fourth New York Fed Conference on Fintech, held on September 29, convened thought leaders from the financial industry, academia, and public sector to discuss financial technology developments and their impact, with a focus on artificial intelligence (AI) and digital assets. As I noted in remarks at that event, I believe it is important to broaden our collective understanding of how financial technology—and especially generative AI—can be harnessed to deliver progress on our collective goals, while recognizing the need for guardrails and safety measures.

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