AI, a domain that has extended into the financial field, becoming an agent of change, capable of revolutionizing a large part of the world’s financial markets.
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The compulsion to be informed every minute of the day has provoked a surge in so-called “fake news.”
Technology has transformed the way in which parents and children communicate and understand each other. Beyond the shadow of a doubt, children before the 2.0 era were from another childhood.
The connection between both regulatory initiatives may not be evident, they pursue common goals.
A report by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) studies the degree of readiness of different countries ahead of an ever increasing presence of technologies such as robotics and artificial intelligence.
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These are children who know the world through a digital screen and what is more important through touch. Hyperconnectivity, speed and instantaneousness are some of the words that go along with these children as they grow up.
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The habits of this new generation are bringing a paradigm shift in the financial sector, one that favors digital channels.
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