By Moutusi Sau
July 27, 2017
The impact of Artificial Intelligence on capital markets has never been as profound as the present times. Artificial Intelligence has taken the world of banking and investment services by storm. The suite of artificial intelligence tools including machine learning, deep neural networks, natural language processing are impacting the industry in various ways. Accordingly to Gartner’s CIO Survey, banking and investment services are more aggressive than other industries in investing in machine learning and virtual customer assistants.
There is a trend of automation in capital markets for a long time now. However, there is a mix of tools available from “intelligent” automation to “manual” robotic process automation tools. The level of sophistication and capabilities that are required from these tools will be instrumental in the decision process of which tools would be required in the value chain in capital markets.
The market landscape has been profiled in my new report – Market Trends: How to Target Capital Markets With Artificial-Intelligence-Powered Solutions. The report talks about various technologies that are emerging and which vendors and many of their peers are emerging who are working on solutions that have wide ranging applications and solutions in this industry.
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