Watson data scientist talks up ‘augmented intelligence’ for financial services

True artificial intelligence may still be some years off but the financial services industry is already beginning to reap the benefits of augmented intelligence, says a data scientist working on IBM’s Watson. Speaking at Mobey Day in Toronto, IBM associate partner Pavel Abdur-Rahman moved to cool some of the hype surrounding AI, arguing that it is not going to be seen in a true sense until quantum computing takes off more than a decade down the line.However, the data scientist was keen to show off the capabilities of Big Blue’s cognitive computing platform, Watson, and what this means for the financial services industry.Abdur-Rahman ran through seven ways in which Watson can help banks, ranging from the simple, such as a chatbot acting as a virtual assistant answering basic customer queries,…


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