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Lars Ottersgård, head of market technology for Nasdaq, joins to discuss what he sees as being the biggest tech trends in the capital markets for 2019 and beyond.
1:15 Lars takes a quick look back at highlights from 2018.
2:30 He then breaks down what he thinks some of the key tech trends will be for 2019 and beyond. (Cloud will continue to be big.)
6:00 He also thinks that 2019 will be the year for real blockchain use-cases.
9:00 A look at Nasdaq’s recent acquisitions and the company’s tech roadmap.
11:30 Will we see greater consolidation in the alternative data space going forward?
13:00 Lars explains why they are already looking at quantum computing advancements.
15:30 When it comes to AI, what are the most exciting trends that could yield new advancements in 2019?
18:00 Lars tells us his favorite things to do in Stockholm.
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