February 28, 2017

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has announced that it will be hosting its third FinTech Forum on March 9th – on the topics of artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain. According to the FTC, it will hold two panels: one on the benefits and risks to consumers as AI is adapted to financial services; and the second considering potential consumer implications of blockchain and its new applications.

The FTC is offering a webcast of its Forum. For complete details, see: Third FinTech Forum to Discuss Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain.



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