Emerging Trends in Financial Services: IoT, AI, and Blockchain

Title: Emerging Trends in Financial Services: IoT, AI, and Blockchain

Speakers: Mark Baker (Canonical), John Erik Setsaas (Signicat), Wincie Wong (RBS), Vivek Bajaj (IBM)

Date/Time: June 5, 7:30AM EST / 12:30PM BST

 

The world of money is constantly changing. Artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things have helped us extract more value from data and utilise it to provide a better service for customers. Leveraging the powerful blockchain technology has resulted in the creation of new financial ecosystems.

Money 20/20 is a summit where the entire payments, fintech and financial services industry connects. As part of the event, Mark Baker from Canonical will be taking part in the panel Emerging Trends in Financial Services: IoT, AI, and Blockchain. The event will be moderated by John Erik Setsaas from Signicat with other confirmed panelists including Wincie Wong from RBS and Vivek Bajaj from IBM.

Join this video panel which will be livestreamed from Money 20/20 Europe where industry experts will cover:

  • Hyperledger in banking: opportunities and challenges
  • Blockchain and AI: separating hype from reality, proofs of concept examples
  • Using emerging technologies for improved regulatory compliance
  • Developing connected devices for the Financial Services industry

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