Over the years, there have been concerns over the reliability of our nation's most important economic mechanism, the Federal Reserve. The Federal Reserve is in charge of monetary policy, otherwise known as how much money is in our economy at any given time. Human error has often led to many economic catastrophes through the poor regulation of monetary policy from the federal, example (in part) being 1980's inflation and the Great Recession. Introducing a computer instead of a human council may decrease potentially disastrous errors, but could it open us up to other, more insidious, issues? (see link).