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Law, Technology and Humans
This article examines the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning, specifically, to create financial robo-advisers. These machines have the potential to be perfectly honest fiduciaries, acting in their client's best interests without conflicting self-interest or greed, unlike their human counterparts. However, the application of AI technology to create financial robo-advisers is not without risk. This article will focus on the unique risks posed by deep learning technology. One ofdoi:10.5204/lthj.v1i0.1261 fatcat:b227w4qv25hifjeqihggx4pyfq