AI Articles and Analysis about Investment

To invest is to allocate money (or sometimes another resource, such as time) in the expectation of some benefit in the future.

02 – Streamlining Data-Driven Decision-Making in Customer Experiences
for Financial Services@1x-min

Streamlining Data-Driven Decision-Making in Customer Experiences for Financial Services – with Ciprian Porutiu of Marsh McLennan and Mike Borrelli of Uniphore

This interview analysis is sponsored by Uniphore and was written, edited, and published in alignment with our Emerj sponsored content guidelines. Learn more about our thought leadership and content creation services on our Emerj Media Services page.

The Implications of Generative AI on Investment Banking – v.1

The Implications of Generative AI on Investment Banking – with Andrea Haskell and Val Srinivas of Deloitte

This interview analysis is sponsored by Deloitte and was written, edited, and published in alignment with our Emerj sponsored content guidelines. Learn more about our thought leadership and content creation services on our Emerj Media Services page.

Financial Services Challenges from a Data Perspective – with Bill Waid of FICO@2x-min

Financial Services Challenges from a Data Perspective – with Bill Waid of FICO

Originally founded as Fair, Isaac and Company, FICO is a data analytics company founded in 1956. Based in Bozeman, Montana, the company is focused on credit scoring services, most notably its FICO score, which measures a person's creditworthiness. 

AI at State Farm@1x-min

Artificial Intelligence at State Farm

State Farm is a large insurance company headquartered in Bloomington, Illinois. Its main lines of business include property and casualty insurance, as well as auto insurance. The company is the leading auto and home insurer in the United States.

AI in Foreign Exchange Trading (Forex) - Current State of the Sector

AI in Foreign Exchange Trading (Forex) – Current State of the Sector

NASDAQ estimates more than $5 trillion is traded every day in what it describes as “the most actively traded market in the word:” foreign exchange, or forex. Business leaders might expect AI to make its way into the forex world the way it has into finance and banking broadly. Most companies claim to assist foreign exchange traders by predicting when to trade or hold onto currencies. As it turns out, however, Most of the AI vendors in the forex space are in fact only claiming to use AI. There is strong evidence to suggest that their claims are illegitimate.