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AI and Innovation: Accelerating Digital Transformation

AI and Innovation: Accelerating Digital Transformation

Update: 2021-10-11
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Technology is advancing at a blistering pace and it's causing clients to ask for more from institutions in the capital markets. Investors want access to real-time data and insights and they want this service packaged up in slick, smartphone-like experiences. And if buy and sell-side firms want to meet these needs, they'll have to adapt and upgrade their own systems and embrace technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning.

In this episode of Financial Futures, we speak with President and CTO of C3AI, Ed Abbo, and Executive Vice President and Head of Strategy and Solutions Management at FIS, Tony Warren, about the changing stakeholder demands in the capital markets. And we take a look at AI, machine learning, robotic process automation and more to discover how these technologies could hold the solution.


Join us as we examine where these once futuristic technologies are being harnessed in the capital markets already. We also explore the pain points for buy and sell-side firms and discuss which processes and systems need to be updated in order for firms to continue to grow. And Tony and Ed share their predictions for these technologies and give us their advice on how firms should engage in this digital transformation. We'll also ask:


  • How are emerging technologies, such as blockchain, prompting digital transformation?

  • What major disruptors do firms need to prepare for?

  • How can AI help institutions keep up with regulations?

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AI and Innovation: Accelerating Digital Transformation

AI and Innovation: Accelerating Digital Transformation

FIS, Erin Dangler, Ed Abbo, Tony Warren