The latest survey on AI from Microsoft and EY found that an unsurprising “65% of organisations in Europe expect AI to have a high or a very high impact on the core business.”
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Increasing investment in AI and cloud computing will usher in new opportunities for consumers and businesses, says Temenos/Economist research.
Cloud is coming faster than expected in U.S. banking, said Alexa Guenoun, president of the Americas and Global Head of Partners for Temenos.
Temenos report reveals two-thirds of banking execs see AI as sector driver – Retail Banker International
Two-thirds of banking executives believe that new technologies such as AI will have the greatest impact on banking in the next five years, according to a new Temenos report.