At a time like this, the banking sector is trying its hand, leg and even head to give a head-start to the AI developments. The financial services industry is appealing to enter AI market to avail the luxury of accurate data and investment. The development assists banks with better customer service, fraud detection, reduction of managing cost and easy decision-making through AI analysis. Customers have expectations that can't be turned down. Expectations to get work done faster and with zero error. The only by-standing solution is the utilisation of AI in the everyday banking sector.
Richard Harmon, Managing Director of Financial Services at Cloudera, discusses the importance of relevant machine learning models in today's age, and how the financial sector can prepare for future changes. The past six months have been turbulent. Business disruptions and closures are happening at an unprecedented scale and impacting the economy in a profound way. In the financial services sector, S&P Global estimates that this year could quadruple UK bank credit losses. The economic uncertainty in the UK is heightened by Brexit, which will see the UK leave the European Union in 2021.
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WorkFusion, a top provider of Intelligent Automation technology, announced it has been placed by Gartner in the Leaders quadrant of the 2020 "Magic Quadrant for Robotic Process Automation."1 Gartner recognized WorkFusion based on its completeness of vision and ability to execute. "We believe Gartner's recognition of WorkFusion in the Leaders quadrant validates our customer-first approach -- with pre-built automation solutions designed to lower costs dramatically, and in record time, for areas with higher levels of document-related manual and cognitive work across some of the most critical processes in Banking, Financial Services, Insurance, Healthcare and other sectors, " said WorkFusion CEO Alex Lyashok. "The right automation approach is to be able to deliver meaningful and measurable benefits to businesses in weeks or months, not years, and without disrupting core infrastructure or systems. As an example, for organizations in regulated-service industries such as Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI), the WorkFusion Intelligent Automation Cloud platform can quickly and easily manage document-heavy processes -- and in some cases can cut costs by 50% within 3 months," Lyashok said.
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AI and machine learning are breaking down silos that hold Financial Services firms back from ... [ ] delivering more valuable insights to customers. AI and machine learning are reordering the Financial Services landscape, navigating an entire industry back to its customers. Fintech is forecast to achieve a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 25% through 2022, reaching a market value of $309B. The broader financial services market expected to reach $26.5T by 2022, achieving a 6% CAGR. AI and machine learning are the catalysts that every organization in Financial Services is either adopting or evaluating to break down silos, automate processes and remove barriers between themselves and their customers.
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While a long time coming, one may feel that we are nearing an inflection point in the implementation of artificial intelligence and machine learning in the financial services industry. A number of years have gone by where many organisations have invested heavily in their own research and development or by acquiring services from 3rd parties to implement AI enabled software. The nature of the beast is that experimentation is vital for success, and many experiments will inevitably fail, but there are usually around 10-20% of experiments that show promise and that have the potential to be truly game changing for the industry. Interestingly in the US, while the COVID-19 lockdown measures have had hugely negative impacts on hiring across sectors, data science roles in finance and insurance have actually increased (at least in the early stages of the pandemic). This is a sign that the industry still sees these tools and methods as something so compelling and vital for the future of their organisations.
Clearly financial services organizations possess the impetus to take advantage of AI and ML capabilities, and yet models still aren't being deployed– which exposes a quagmire in the process of model deployment. Could it be they're focusing too much on the development aspect and ignoring the criticality of ModelOps? Model validation is required across all regulated industries, but FinServ institutions especially face significant regulatory compliance mandates from the federal government – placing yet another roadblock on their path to AI success. Given these same institutions leverage thousands of models per day, they must typically staff large teams across their model risk management program, including spinning up large teams of model validators. ModelOps refers to the process of enabling data scientists, data engineers, and IT operations teams to collaborate and scale models across an organization.