BlackRock developing AI copilots for Aladdin

The world's largest asset manager hints at new AI assistants for investment management clients.

BlackRock is building AI “copilots” for Aladdin, its flagship investment management platform, according to chairman and CEO Larry Fink.

“The Aladdin platform is constantly in a state of innovation. Investments in Aladdin AI copilots, enhancements in openness, supporting ecosystem partnerships, and advancing whole portfolio solutions—including private markets and digital assets—are going to further augment the value of Aladdin for our clients,” Fink told investors on the firm’s Q4 earnings call.


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