Victor Anderson, who is in town from London, joins Anthony and James to dig into the key themes from Waters USA.
John reviews the biggest stories of the last week, including the Waters December features and bids farewell to WatersTechnology.
"The problem I see is that if we don't, over the next six months or so, start to consolidate and focus on some core platforms, we'll have too much fragmentation."
A panel at Waters USA said firms need to know what information they want before choosing vendors.
Dan and Anthony chat about Waters' biggest annual conference.
The increase in the use of artificial intelligence holds great potential for the future of trading technology, as long as humans and machines can work together.
Data governance and close scrutiny of vendors will help bring all data into either public or private clouds, said Waters USA panelists.
"The cost of computations, the cost of connections, the cost of storage and analysis have come down. There's been a leveling of the playing field."
Artificial intelligence can show its true value to the industry in the cybersecurity space.
C-level executives at Waters USA talk about creating areas where innovation can prosper.
Waters USA panelists said good regulatory technology exists but is useless without good data.
At this year's Waters USA event, panelists discussed the benefits of machine learning and AI, and where these technologies are still lacking.
Panelists at Waters USA 2016 had contrasting views on the impact of robo advisors.
Firm Addressing Governance and Quality, Executive Says
Semantic data modeling efforts, which have gained traction in the financial services industry, are increasingly being driven by metadata, said an IT processing services company executive
Richie Etwaru, COO of group technology at UBS, says that in order for the industry to fully tap into Big Data, there must be a change in mindset in terms of how data is thought of, and what it can be used for.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is becoming more technology-aware, according to Craig Lewis, director and chief economist for the SEC’s risk, strategy, and financial innovation division.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch has internally distributed 55,000 BlackBerrys and 5,000 Apple iPads, as well as 20,000 devices that it supports as part of its bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy. In one year, it handles 2.6 billion instant messages, 1.2…
It's almost early December, which means that our Waters USA conference is right around the corner ─ specifically, this Monday, December 3.