A summary of some of the past week's financial technology news.
Vast amounts of data and processing could hinder exploitation of emerging tech, says Ravi Radhakrishnan as it partners with MIT-IBM Research lab.
As the race for quantum supremacy continues, Wei-Shen thinks about how financial institutions are experimenting with quantum computing and what results it could bring.
During the most recent CFTC TAC meeting, members discussed interoperability issues, as well as quantum encryption concerns.
A look at how banks, vendors & colleges are partnering to solve finance problems using quantum science.
Dr. Lee Braine walks through how the bank is experimenting with quantum computing and where the field is heading.
WatersTechnology examines some of the disillusionment permeating the capital markets when it comes to blockchain.
Lars Ottersgård, head of Market Technology at Nasdaq, talks AI, blockchain, quantum computing, cloud, acquisitions and more.
The crème of Waters’ coverage of emerging technologies from artificial intelligence to alternative datasets to tokenization.
While interest in quantum computing has been slow to arrive in the capital markets, Wei-Shen, who attended this year’s Sibos conference in Sydney, says a tipping point might be soon to come.
As cybersecurity issues become more daunting, and as vendors collect more of our personal information, Anthony says we will need Congress to take more of an active role in protecting citizens’ information, even as they willingly give it away.
As Waters celebrates its 25th anniversary, James increasingly sees an industry more excited about technology than ever—and with good reason.
Waters canvasses a range of industry opinion leaders about what the defining technologies of the next few decades will be.
In a period where most stock exchanges are facing uncertain futures and are eyeing consolidation with rivals, one of the world’s largest is hitting its stride.
After speaking with C-level execs from across the industry, Anthony and James try and connect some dots as to which technologies will most influence the capital markets in the future.
While IBM is set to open its 50-qubit prototype to partners early next year, the key for the company is improving qubit fidelity.
IBM’s Kathryn Guarini and Bob Sutor look at how banks are currently experimenting with quantum computers.
Deutsche Bank's Elly Hardwick discusses her career and how the bank is looking to roll out innovative new solutions to tackle old problems.
Blockchain proponents say the technology will evolve and may beat back the decryption threat posed by quantum computing.
JPMorgan Asset and Wealth Management's CIO brings the pace of the trading floor to asset management.
Trying to figure out how to keep an organization moving forward, while looking forward, is one of the hardest challenges in fintech today.
Asia editor Wei-Shen Wong has been covering the quantum space closely for over a year, and she has some thoughts on its progression.
With their origins in industries such as defense, aerospace, and medicine, FPGAs have been used by certain aspects of financial markets for about a decade to gain speed. Wei-Shen Wong examines the current uses for this specialized hardware in finance,…
2018 is the year when large numbers of participants in the derivatives market expect to see emerging technologies being integrated into their existing technology ecosystems