Les lundis de l’IA et de la finance avec l’ACPR – Regulation of AI in the financial sector: crossed perspectives in Asia and Europe
Online event (Webex).
This series of conferences is organized by the XAI for Anti-Money Laundering and Digital Finance chairs with the participation of the DSAIDIS chair, within the Operational AI Ethics initiative of Télécom Paris.
In this fourth “AI and Finance Monday” with the ACPR, we will have a broad international look at the regulation of artificial intelligence in the financial sector.
The past few weeks have been busy with news regarding AI regulation. The European Commission unveiled a new proposal to regulate the use of AI, containing requirements for high-risk applications, thereby catching up with the leading group of national authorities which have previously issued guidelines on AI.
Our four guests will help us unpack these recent events and explore their implications for the financial sector. More broadly, we will discuss the risks and benefits of different approaches to regulation of AI around the world, thanks to our panel of international experts.
We will have the pleasure of receiving Jan Ceyssens, Head of the Digital Finance Unit at the European Commission, Li Xuchun, Head of the AI Development Office at the Monetary Authority of Singapour (MAS), John Armour, Professor of Law and Finance at the University of Oxford and Douglas Arner, Professor in Law at the University of Hong Kong.
The first hour of the webinar will be dedicated to the presentation by our experts of different aspects of AI regulation. The second part of the conference will take the form of a roundtable discussion moderated by Olivier Fliche, Director of the Fintech-Innovation Hub at the ACPR and Winston Maxwell, Director of Law and Digital Studies at Télécom Paris.
Introduction: David Bounie (Télécom Paris) et Olivier Fliche (ACPR)
- The European approach to AI in finance
Jan Ceyssens, Head of the Digital Finance Unit at the European Commission
- A Methodology for Responsible Use of AI by MAS (Monetary Authority of Singapore)
Li Xuchun, Head of the AI Development Office at the Monetary Authority of Singapour (MAS)
- Aligning product regulation and corporate governance
John Armour, Professor of Law and Finance at the University of Oxford
- Regulating AI in Finance: Balancing Risks and Opportunities
Douglas Arner, Professor in Law at the University of Hong Kong
- Olivier Fliche, Director of the Fintech-Innovation Unit at the ACPR
Winston Maxwell, Director of Law and Digital Studies at Télécom Paris