Artificial intelligence is becoming more important every day to improve the way society performs. Its combination with big data allows a long list of analyzes that are beneficial at all levels. However, its ability to identify patterns can improve almost any industry.
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With a growth of more than 154% between 2019 and 2020, artificial intelligence is shaping up to be a major investment opportunity between 2021 and 2025.
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Artificial Intelligence is making strides as a disruptive element in many areas of our daily lives, or at least, as a tool that simplifies and improves many of our habitual processes. We analyze what benefits this impressive technology has for the investor.
We speak of “Artificial Intelligence” (AI) when we refer to those machines or devices that are equipped with an intelligence similar to that of human beings. This term was used for the first time by the computer expert John McCarthy in 1956 and, despite the earliness of the announcement and the time that has passed, it is still not very common to find in our current environment.
In a fast-paced world, Swiss financial institutions are well-prepared to lead the transformation of the finance industry, particularly in private banking, where they are a clear reference in the world. The combination of accumulated experience, talent and availability of capital are decisive factors to facilitate this change.