Demystifying the Use of Machine Learning & AI Within Financial Services

This webinar—which features speakers from Axa Investment Managers and RBC Insurance—will look at specific applications of machine learning and other forms of AI in finance.

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On this webinar: What business problems can be alleviated through the application of machine learning, and which areas have failed to deliver benefits?

While innovations in financial technology are rapidly changing the global financial landscape, machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) are at the heart of this revolution. The exploration of AI has been mounting across financial services as many firms are beginning to realize its potential for automation, resource management and the deeper insights that these technologies can provide.

As we enter what could be considered an ‘AI revolution’, this webinar will examine the current stage of AI development, and what foundations firms must have in place in order to leverage the benefits of these technologies.

How to listen: Simply click here and fill out your details to immediately download the webinar.

Speakers:
Michael Kollo,

Deputy Global Head of Research,
AXA Investment Managers 

Chai Lam,
Director, Solution Architecture
RBC Insurance

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