Quantum computing: a problem for another generation?

Some banks have soured on quantum exploration. Others are playing a game of wait and see.

In the final act of the science-fiction classic Back to the Future, Marty McFly, played by Michael J. Fox, performs Chuck Berry’s 1958 rock song Johnny B. Goode at his parents’ high school dance—in 1955. As the song ends, McFly includes more anachronistic rock star moves, including Berry’s duckwalk, and playing the guitar behind his back a la Jimi Hendrix, before finally windmill strumming the guitar and kicking the speaker like Pete Townshend. As McFly looks out over the stunned and silent

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The IMD Wrap: Will banks spend more on AI than on market data?

As spend on generative AI tools exceeds previous expectations, Max showcases one new tool harnessing AI to help risk and portfolio managers better understand data about their investments—while leaving them always in control of any resulting decisions.

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