“Capital adequacy requirements are not the only kind of regulation that AI is helping banks to meet. An even bigger area is monitoring of trading activities for misconduct and abuse. The Bank of England estimates that misconduct by traders has cost banks a global cumulative of $320 billion to date. For this very large reason, banks are aggressively deploying machine learning to monitor the behavior of their traders and detect unusual behavior.”

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Michael McLoughlin is Global Digital Transformation Partner & Advocate with Microsoft.