Simon Binney: Artificial intelligence - a new mindset is needed

Disruption has started

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The future is there to be designed, writes Simon Binney, and in doing so the advice sector has nothing to fear from machine learning and artificial intelligence - and everything to gain

There is one thing the advisory sector can surely agree on - the future is going to look very different as a result of digital disruption. Traditional models will implode as new technologies shape an industry with customisation and personalisation at its heart. It is not just about adopting or using machine learning or artificial intelligence (AI) for the sake of it - or because the closest competitor has invested in a technology-driven solution. The key is to shift our collective mindset to a new kind of customer experience that is frictionless, solves problems, delivers solutions and a...

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