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Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Retail Banking - Thematic Research

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Retail Banking - Thematic Research




For six decades machine learning (ML) was poised to take off because members of the 'artificial intelligentsia' had already come up with the theoretical models that could make it work. The problem was that they were waiting for rich data sets and affordable 'accelerated computing' technology to ignite it.


These are now becoming more available, and amid a swirl of hype, ML - i.e., software that becomes smarter as it trains itself on large amounts of data - has gone mainstream, and within five years its deployment will be essential to the survival of companies of all shapes and sizes across all sectors.


For many investors, ML=AI; ML is an AI technology that allows machines to learn by using algorithms to interpret data from connected 'things' to predict outcomes and learn from successes and failures.


There are many other AI technologies - from image recognition to natural language processing (NLP), gesture control, context awareness, and predictive APIs - but ML is where most of the investment community's funding has flowed in recent years. It is also the technology most likely to allow machines to ultimately surpass the intelligence levels of humans.


Many companies, like Alphabet, have already become 'AI-first' companies, with machine learning at their core. At the same time, many ML techniques are getting commoditized by being open sourced and pre-packaged into developer toolkits that anyone can use.




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Table Of Content


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Definitions 4

History of machine learning 4

How does deep learning work? 4


Technology trends 7

Macro-economic trends 9

Applications of AI in Retail Banking 10


Ten categories of AI software 13


The tech sector's angle 20

The Webscale companies 20

Enterprise software players 21

Proprietary datasets are also important 21

AI and ML are transforming the chipset market 21

The two critical components of any successful AI engine 22


Recommendations for retail banks 24

How AI vendors can sell into the retail banking sector 26

Recommendations for IT vendors 26

Timeline 28

Market size and growth forecasts 30


Listed tech companies 31

Privately held tech companies 34

Retail banking companies 37


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