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This symposium explores the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in consumer credit markets and the legal and policy issues surrounding these practices.
Panel 1: Scoping Credit Discrimination in the Age of AI
This panel examines how the rise of AI in consumer credit markets expands the meaning of discrimination and fairness in lending.
Panel 2: Programming Fairness
This panel examines technical solutions for mitigating discrimination risks in consumer credit markets arising from the use of AI.
Keynote: Fair Lending and the CFPB
Patrice Ficklin, Fair Lending Director, CFPB, and Carol Evans, Deputy Fair Lending Director, CFPB
Panel 3: Regulating Fair Lending
This panel explores regulatory responses to the discrimination and fairness risks generated by the increasing use of AI in consumer credit markets.
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Cardozo Law Review, Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy, Heyman Center on Corporate Law and Governance, and Jacob Burns Center for Ethics in the Practice of Law, "Automating Bias: Cardozo Law Review 2023 Symposium" (2023). Event Invitations 2023. 3.