Meaning is everything: the problem of defining ethics for AI algorithms

Developing AI algorithms without strict definitions could create ethical problems for financial firms. To avoid mishandling their algorithms and potentially harming certain customer groups, firms must ensure their AI tools are no broader than the definitions they are based on.

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