Inside look: How Big Tech is using generative AI to win over finance

Execs from Amazon, Google and IBM explain their capital markets strategy when it comes to rolling out new AI tools.

When the world looks back on the year 2023, a few things may immediately come to mind. They may include wildfires around the world, the Titan Submersible tragedy, Donald Trump’s record number of indictments for a former US president, or the coronation of King Charles. But 2023 may also be remembered as the year that artificial intelligence was the topic everyone couldn’t stop talking about.

To be more specific, it’s generative AI that has captured people’s attention. It started with ChatGPT at

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SEC squares off with broker-dealers over data analytics usage

The Gensler administration has ruffled feathers in the broker-dealer community with a new proposal seeking to limit broker dealers’ use of predictive data analytics. But at the heart of this deal is something far more seismic: one of the first attempts by the SEC to regulate AI.

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