The fintech revolution is changing financial markets all over the globe in ways both large and small. One of the most visible ways has been in the asset management space, where algorithm-powered robo-advisors are rapidly gaining traction. They've proven so popular that estimates indicate that by 2020, they will be managing $2.2 trillion in assets in the U.S. alone. For investors, this begs the question: what's under the hood of these robo-advisors and are we right to be trusting them with our money instead of hiring a traditional financial advisor?
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Artificial intelligence (AI) has penetrated a number of sectors in a bid to make work easier. Of these sectors, recruitment has seen a major positive change in the process of hiring. Factors such as time, resources, cost per screening and more have had a great impact with the introduction of AI in recruiting.
Big data is no small matter, regardless of what sort of company you run. Nonprofit organizations especially can gain an edge on their competition by embracing the ins and outs of big data. This is currently a $42 billion industry that companies of all types are taking advantage of.
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Steve Jobs once famously said, "You can't just ask customers what they want and then try to give that to them. By the time you get it built, they'll want something new." The need for innovation today is greater than ever. We live in a culture obsessed with data, one in which all organizations can access real-time insights of what their customers want. But understanding what they want right now isn't enough. You have to understand what they are going to want before they know it themselves, and work out how to provide it for them before someone else does.