| October 08, 2018
In this panel, we discuss how financial institutions can ensure that the potential of Big Data is actually realized by: 1) leveraging the breadth, volume, and timeliness of available data; 2) developing machine intelligence that is continuously learning and improving; and 3) understanding the economics that make a data strategy work. Watch the highlights below, you can request access to the full video.
Today, most financial institutions are working hard to adopt a data-driven approach. Although many asset management firms, banks and hedge funds are beginning to disrupt their analytics landscapes by gathering immense volumes of data assets, these companies are at varying levels of Big Data maturity.
Moderator: Tim Harrington, CEO, BattleFin Group
This session was held at the
RavenPack Research Symposium held in New York on September 12, 2018
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