AI and Financial Services
Finance and traditional banking is an industry which is historically data-rich although not so much data-driven. AI is affecting the sector in several ways, ranging from financial wellness to financial security, capital markets, and even money transfer. But above all AI is forcing the financial services players to innovate and to look for alternative solutions to old problems.
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