Ping An Insurance among the first big financial institutions to use Goertzel’s new marketplace for artificial intelligence.
Private banks are just beginning to play with robo advisors and artificial-intelligence tools.
Japan’s largest non-life insurer believes it can overtake incumbents in the rest of Asia via digitization.
The A.I. company is now marketing its machine learning-based trading algos to global institutional investors.
Here’s a roundup of startups building digital assistants and chatbots for banks and insurance companies.
In a recent speech, Swiss Re’s Kornelia Papp describes how data scientists combine language, technology and insurance.
The inventor of the OMS and founder of Liquidnet is piloting A.I. tools to let buy-side traders generate alpha.
China’s banks have fallen in love with chatbots manufactured by one software company. Could Hong Kong banks follow?
John Lin of Singapore prop shop Grasshopper talks latency, machine learning and OTC for crypto.
The bank is working with universities and fintechs such as Clare.ai to bolster client-service teams.