The financial services industry has long been an early adopter of cutting edge technology. From digital ticker tapes to algorithmic trading, bankers have recognised that better data helps make better decisions and deliver against the bottom line. Artificial intelligence is the next frontier for financial services. Predictive analytics, virtual assistants, and machine learning are already creating value; as more AI applications come to market, how will intelligent systems transform the way bankers make and manage money?
The Economist Events invited leaders from across the financial services industry for a virtual panel discussion, to learn:
- How will AI transform financial services in the short- and long-term?
- What are the benefits, relative to costs?
- To maximise the effectiveness and benefits of AI, how can firms overcome legacy technologies, organisational structures and mindsets?
- Wall Street 2030: What will financial services look like at the end of the decade?
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