'Get started now': Putting AI to work in financial advice firms

'Dive in so you can learn and grow together'

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AI isn't here to take our job; it is here to take component pieces of our job – the pieces most of us would like to dispense with anyway, writes Stu Breyer

If you think that artificial intelligence (AI) arrived seemingly overnight, you aren't that far off the mark. According to a UBS study, "ChatGPT is estimated to have reached 100 million monthly active users in just two months after launch, making it the fastest-growing consumer application in history." Putting those two months into context, it took TikTok about nine months after its global launch to achieve the same milestone, and Instagram two and a half years. I don't think AI is going anywhere, except to become even more ingrained in our daily habits. In our personal lives, we bene...

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