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    Bank of Finland, Helsinki

AI (Artificial Intelligence) is a new transformative technology that has shown its potential during the recent years. As evidenced, the fast development of AI methods and data centricity in finance is providing opportunities, but it is also posing new challenges to our economies. In particular, we have seen an uplift in several areas of AI, but especially in language technology and LLMs (Large Language Models). These technologies could change our societies profoundly, and therefore well-planned and targeted policies are key to develop a safe and sustainable society with the AI.

This year’s Systemic Risk Analytics conference has a strong focus on AI and systemic risk. The aim of the conference is to adopt methods and techniques from other disciplines, such as computer science, engineering, biology and physics, that use computer-intensive approaches, novel data sources, and of course AI. Examples of possible topics include how LLMs can be used to detect systemic risk, and whether AI and quantum computing can pose new sources of systemic risks, e.g. operational risks and cyber risks.

Beyond of this, the conference welcomes also submissions on more traditional tools of systemic risk analytics and macroprudential policy, such as early-warning indicators, network and contagion analysis, macro stress-testing, tools for big data analytics.

The conference includes several keynotes, presentations and poster sessions. Extended abstracts are welcome as well. Topics for panel discussions are especially welcome this year.


The conference will be held in a hybrid format, allowing virtual participation. The conference will take place on 6-7 June 2024 at Bank of Finland in Helsinki. The conference includes keynotes, presentations and poster sessions. 

More information: 2024 RiskLab/BoF/ESRB Conference on Systemic Risk Analytics (suomenpankki.fi)