Within the financial services (FS) market in Germany and many other countries, there is an urgent need to dramatically reduce operational costs whilst simultaneously improving efficiency. This is not only essential to improve operating margins, but also to free up capacity so that FS firms can build new streams of revenue for the future. Reclaiming efficiency and then reinvesting it into the development of new revenue streams is a prudent approach to these core challenges.
In this webinar, Jarno Kartela and Barton Friedland explore how financial services firms can leverage an augmented approach to artificial intelligence to improve efficiency and address cost challenges across their organizations.
Their work on Augmenting AI provides a novel, proven approach that enables FS firms to leverage AI much more quickly across a range of problem spaces. These range from highly automated “decision factory” approaches that go well beyond what traditional AI/ML/robotic process automation offers, to what we call “decision practice” at the other end of the augmented AI spectrum - the enablement of more effective decisions through interactive simulation. In both the practice and factory approaches, Augmented AI uncovers new forms of value through a radical rethinking of the relationship between data and AI.
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Global Head of AI Advisory
Jarno is a strategic business advisor, speaker and occasional designer with an applied data science background. His work includes designing and transforming how modern companies do improved decision making, machine-augmented creativity, robust strategic planning and sustainable growth as well as how they build optimized experiences, systems, tools and services with data and emerging technology.
Dr. Barton Friedland
Principal Advisory Consultant
As a digital pioneer with extensive experience in the technology and financial services sectors, Barton has worked with and implemented leading-edge technologies at large-scale global organizations for over 30 years. He specializes in strategy & digital transformation, as well the development of distinctive competencies within organizations. This includes the development and management of intellectual property, acquisitions, as well as integration and evolution of business units within an organization.