The very nature of innovation is rapid change. Combined with market demands and supported by an environment fertile for change, the path is paved for disruptive technologies. The past 75 years have seen six waves of technology innovation, beginning with the era of mainframes back in the 60’s, followed by the advent of personal computers.
Investment banks are evaluating possible avenues for efficiency improvement either through artificial intelligence (AI) or through automation. In fact Robo Advisors are disrupting the traditional wealth management model by attracting large number of millennial customers by providing a differentiated Investment management experience. At the same time new regulations are being introduced to ensure safety of
Growing concern that robots will take over the world and render humans useless exaggerate the threat at hand. Has cognitive computing and robots rapidly evolved? Yes. Computers can now challenge humans intellectually and automate tasks previously thought impossible. While this sounds an alarm for many people, to me it’s exciting. Why fear robots that just
Smartphones have been a trending topic of discussion, specifically around whether they will exist within five years, or if mobile technology will be replaced with Artificial Intelligence. With smartphones as a necessity today, it is interesting to think that they will be a thing of the past by 2021. So how will this all transpire?
In most industries, there has been a lot of talk about Virtual Agents and their role in enhancing customer service. Virtual agents are software programs that enable automated, contextual conversations with customers. At a basic level, Artificial Intelligence (AI) driven Virtual Agents can be suitable alternatives to staff taking up customer calls. No doubt these