FinRegLab Events

Latest FinRegLab Events

The U.S. Department of Commerce and National Institute of Standards and Technology, FinRegLab, and the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI), hosted a virtual conference, “Artificial Intelligence and the Economy: Charting a Path for Responsible and Inclusive AI.”
Building on their report about the use of utility, telecommunications and rental payments history for credit underwriting, FinRegLab and the Urban Institute hosted a webinar in April 2022 to examine the current state of play and the evolving policy landscape. Leaders from the field discussed data access and quality and how to build more robust scoring and underwriting models.
FinRegLab presents a webinar with diverse leading voices from the federal regulatory community on the use of artificial intelligence in credit underwriting. The event focuses on regulators’ perspectives in relation to explainability and fairness in consumer and small business credit underwriting models where all credit stakeholders – lenders, advocates, and policymakers – are considering the implications of a broad transition to AI-based underwriting.
FinRegLab proudly presented a proposal for research on the use of federated machine learning in BSA/AML to the Central Bank of the Future Conference, which was hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and the University of Michigan’s Center on Finance, Law & Policy.
The credit system plays a foundational role in helping millions of families and small business owners build better lives for themselves, strengthening local communities and the national economy in the process. Yet millions of individuals and small businesses struggle to access the credit system because of weaknesses and gaps in the type of data traditionally relied upon for credit underwriting.
FinRegLab and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco fintech team hosted a symposium titled “The Role of Consumers in the Data Ecosystem” on November 4-5, 2019, in Los Angeles, California. The event involved more than 130 stakeholders from diverse backgrounds, including not only industry, advocates, researchers, and regulators who focus on U.S. financial services but also perspectives from other sectors and countries.