BlueMatrix’s New York Roundtable at the Crosby Street Hotel convened finance and technology leaders to share insights into disruptive technologies that are fast-changing the financial services industry. The event also brought together asset managers and research providers to share experiences and learn more about BlueMatrix’s plans to introduce new features.
BlueMatrix’s Roundtable is important for the financial services community as it gives clients an opportunity to meet BlueMatrix team members and their peers; to learn from one another and find out what the BlueMatrix team is doing to refine their products for the production, consumption and valuation of investment research.
The panel engaged their audience with a conversation on how the financial services industry can leverage disruptive technologies to be better prepared to tackle the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. The panelists also spoke about the imperative in keeping up with technology and the relevance of artificial intelligence (AI), natural language generation (NLG) and other forms of machine learning in the financial services industry.
A key takeaway from the Roundtable, after all the discussions on technology, machines, hardware and software, at the core of it all, it’s about creating great experiences, human interactions and building relationships.
In Skye Hauptman’s opening remarks, where he spoke about what artificial intelligence (AI), natural language generation (NLG) and natural language processing (NLP) means for financial research, he posed the question:
“What matters most? It’s relationships, emotions, and stories — the first-hand knowledge that matters most”