Is innovation good or bad for consumers? AIR partnered with Consumer Reports and Consumer Federation of America on a virtual event about consumer implications of data permissioning, cryptocurrencies and new forms of lending, among other things.
Lisa Rice, CEO of the National Fair Housing Alliance, is a civil rights activist. Kareem Saleh is a tech guy who founded the startup FairPlay, which uses AI analytics. They come from different worlds, but have teamed up to combat unfair lending.
The Brookings Institution published a deep dive by Jo Ann Barefoot, CEO of the Alliance for Innovative Regulation, on multiple ways government agencies can use artificial intelligence to power their innovation strategies.
CEO Rob Curtis speaks with Jo Ann about his journey in launching the fintech startup that serves the unique banking needs of LGBTQ customers without the stigma and bias they often encounter in financial services.
WHITE PAPER • Harvard Papers on Financial Inclusion
Fifty years of U.S. regulation aimed at promoting financial inclusion and consumer fairness has largely failed. In these papers, AIR CEO Jo Ann Barefoot reports on her two years as a Harvard senior fellow, arguing that new technology can lead to better results.
Todd H. Baker and Corey Stone come on the podcast to discuss their proposal for a consumer protection paradigm focused on improving outcomes, similar to the healthcare sector.
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