33 min

Conversational Artificial Intelligence - Episode 4 The Fintech Feed

    • Technology

Introducing ‘The Fintech Feed’ – the technology focussed podcast series brought to you by Hymans Robertson. UK based Hymans Robertson is an independent consultancy passionate about improving the long-term savings market through expert consulting and leading-edge technology. Our new, regular, free podcast, hosted by Scott Finnie, co-head of Digital Strategy at Hymans, explores the growing impact of data and technology on the financial services industry.
This, our fourth episode discusses the topic of: ‘Conversational Artificail Intelligence’. Scott has a ‘down the pub’ style chat (if only!) with Oliver Lemon, Chief AI Officer And Co-Founder and Nehat Krasniqi, CEO and Co-Founder of Alana AI. Many of us are now comfortable talking to computers. Siri, Alexa, and similar are pervasive. Most of us will also have used online chat services, for example in resolving problems with products. Whether talking or typing, these systems share a common theme: the systems are trying to converse with us in natural human language. The general term for this is Conversational User Experience. It’s a field that’s moving rapidly.
Listen to our 30-minute podcast to find out more.

Introducing ‘The Fintech Feed’ – the technology focussed podcast series brought to you by Hymans Robertson. UK based Hymans Robertson is an independent consultancy passionate about improving the long-term savings market through expert consulting and leading-edge technology. Our new, regular, free podcast, hosted by Scott Finnie, co-head of Digital Strategy at Hymans, explores the growing impact of data and technology on the financial services industry.
This, our fourth episode discusses the topic of: ‘Conversational Artificail Intelligence’. Scott has a ‘down the pub’ style chat (if only!) with Oliver Lemon, Chief AI Officer And Co-Founder and Nehat Krasniqi, CEO and Co-Founder of Alana AI. Many of us are now comfortable talking to computers. Siri, Alexa, and similar are pervasive. Most of us will also have used online chat services, for example in resolving problems with products. Whether talking or typing, these systems share a common theme: the systems are trying to converse with us in natural human language. The general term for this is Conversational User Experience. It’s a field that’s moving rapidly.
Listen to our 30-minute podcast to find out more.

33 min