MIT Sloan uses its global ecosystem of people, programs, research, and partnerships to push the boundaries of finance. The MIT Sloan Finance Group is made up of expert faculty who conduct research, instruct students and executives on their latest financial models and methods, and provide guidance to regulators and policymakers in the field. Our academic offerings include the Finance Track certificate, the Master of Finance, and a PhD program in finance. Our Centers and initiatives dedicated to finance include the Consumer Finance Initiative, the Golub Center for Finance and Policy, and the MIT Laboratory for Financial Engineering.
Relevance-based prediction can be used in finance, politics, and sports for more accurate forecasting.
Highlights from Gary Gensler and Lily Bailey’s “Deep Learning and Financial Stability” outline five ways AI could lead to future financial crises.
Across history, some bursts of lending to companies and individuals, or so-called "credit booms," have led to busts, while others haven't.