Machine Learning's Many Tentacles

Artificial intelligence is being applied in numerous functions used in financial services data management

Roy Singh, chief technology officer, AltX

Machine learning, the application of artificial intelligence in computerized processes, has gained a foothold in data operations in the financial services industry.

The way machine learning is set up to analyze and work with data to yield insights, analysis and decision support is still developing, as executives from several service providers and machine-learning users tell Inside Reference Data. In particular, know-your-customer (KYC) applications for machine learning are emerging, along with

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