CxO Disruptors Series: How financial firms can capitalise on AI’s maturity curve

According to reports 70% of financial firms are using machine learning to predict cash flow events, adjust credit scores and detect fraud. AI is unlocking competitive advantages, as the range of applications is continuously increasing. With the maturity of AI innovation coming about, businesses can leverage it for a myriad of purposes, from efficiency to …

by | November 24, 2021 | bobsguide

According to reports 70% of financial firms are using machine learning to predict cash flow events, adjust credit scores and detect fraud. AI is unlocking competitive advantages, as the range of applications is continuously increasing. With the maturity of AI innovation coming about, businesses can leverage it for a myriad of purposes, from efficiency to customer experience. While bigger businesses have the innovation budgets and enough capital to scale fast, SMEs are also following suit as AI becomes more accessible. Following last week’s introduction to the topic, in part two of our conversation with Michael Berns, AI & Fintech Leader, at PwC, we discuss why AI is proving to be a game changer.

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Four Signs Your Firm Is Ready for a Front-To-Back Solution

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Fixed Income Innovation – More Fixes, Less Fixed

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White Paper: Predicting the Past

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Market Data Contracts – Managing the Invisible Fence

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