The 7th DCU Quarterly Symposium on Capital Markets & Fintech
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning promise to streamline a number of processes within financial services institutions. Automated customer support, fraud detections, claims management, virtual assistants and predictive analytics are just some of their applications. Potential gains in efficiency are enormous, but these are contingent to successful technology adoption and implementation.
DCU Business School has joined the European Capital Markets Cooperative Research Centre, a foundation to promote and facilitate capital markets research amongst research institutions and industry, and has launched the Finance Innovation Group in order to support the Irish financial services industry and to explore the potential impacts of technology innovation on businesses.
This seventh symposium organised by the Finance Innovation Group at DCU will discuss the potential impacts of AI and Machine Learning on the Irish and international financial sector, with a particular focus on technical and organisational implications.
Meet Our Speakers More To Be Announced!
- Shane Lynn - "Is AI Coming For Your Customer Service Agents?"
- Jos Gheerardyn - "Challenges in Quantifying Model Selection: Application of AI"