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What technology will transform financial services?

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Jeffrey McMillan, chief analytics and data officer of Morgan Stanley answered this question Reinventing Financial Services, an event hosted by IBM and The Economist.

Jeff believes that big data and artificial intelligence (AI) are two core technologies that are transforming financial services business models. Mining big data with machine learning technology allows companies to harvest insights from data in ways that were impossible before, and will allow companies like Morgan Stanley help clients solve complex problems that they face every day.

Learn how other wealth management firms like Morgan Stanley are innovating to transform the financial services industry, see https://www-935.ibm.com/industries/banking/the-cognitive-bank/.

Vice President, Marketing and Communications, Financial Services Market

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