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This paper provides an overview of the challenges and implications for the supervision and regulation of financial services with regards to the opportunities presented by BDAI technology: the phenomena of big data (BD) being used in conjunction with artificial intelligence (AI). The paper draws from market analyses and use cases to outline potential developments seen from the industry and government perspectives, and the impact on consumers.
The paper evaluates the impact of aspects of customer-bank relationships on loan default rates. Using a dataset that consists of more than 1 million loans made by 296 German banks, the research finds that banks with relationship-specific information from customers establishing transaction accounts are less likely to experience loan defaults and act differently in screening and monitoring behaviors than banks with no information.
This paper examines concerns about big data’s disparate impact risk from the perspective of American antidiscrimination law, more specifically, through Title VII’s prohibition of discrimination in employment. The paper also calls out the legal and political difficulties of addressing and remedying this type of discrimination, in particular, the tension between the two major theories underlying antidiscrimination law: anticlassification and antisubordination.