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[Cato Event Nov 16, 2023]: Financial AI and the Regulatory Future

Virtual Event | Nov 6, 2023

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On November 16, the Cato Institute is hosting an online event titled "Navigating the Future: AI in Finance and Regulatory Implications."  Experts will discuss the transformative impact of generative AI on the financial sector, a realm where AI has been an integral technology for years, driving innovation and efficiency from market operations to consumer-centric financial services.

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2023 has seen a surge in regulatory attention towards AI, with over half a dozen US financial overseers engaging through discussions or regulatory frameworks. The recent Executive Order on AI by the Biden administration is poised to significantly influence financial applications of AI. The regulatory approach to general-purpose AI will not only shape the financial sector's trajectory but will also have broader implications for technological advancement. This online panel will explore the policy ramifications of emerging financial AI technologies.

November 16 from 2:00 - 3:00 PM Eastern

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The discussion will be enriched by insights from a distinguished panel of experts:

  • Amy Caiazza, a Partner and Practice Leader specializing in Fintech & Financial Services at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, brings a wealth of knowledge in the intersection of technology and finance.
  • Daniel Gorfine, Founder & CEO of Gattaca Horizons LLC, offers a forward-thinking perspective on the integration of innovative technologies in the financial landscape.

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  • Nathaniel Hoopes, as Vice President and Head of Public Policy & Regulatory Affairs at Upstart, provides a unique vantage point on the interplay between cutting-edge financial services and regulatory policies.
  • Jack Solowey, a Policy Analyst at the Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives, Cato Institute, contributes his analytical expertise on monetary and financial policy issues.
  • Jennifer J. Schulp, the Director of Financial Regulation Studies at the Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives, Cato Institute, brings her extensive experience in financial regulation to the table.

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