Ice moves to meet demand for greater cloud, AI capabilities

The exchange also outlined competitive advantages behind managing its data and cloud strategy internally during its Q1 earnings call on Thursday.

Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) has created an internal research and development department to explore artificial intelligence use cases, CEO Jeffrey Sprecher revealed on the company’s Q1 earnings call, held on Thursday, May 2. In describing how ICE is incorporating artificial intelligence into the business, Sprecher said that like other large corporations, ICE has developers working on how to integrate AI models into existing and future products to improve productivity and efficiency.


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