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What are the game-changing technologies that have recently emerged and are coming down the road in the near future?

Technology professionals at financial services firms have been well aware of the accelerating advance of machine learning, artificial intelligence, and augmented reality, and their impact on everything from financial markets to cybersecurity.

But what about the impact of research breakthroughs in areas like materials science, which can affect IoT, sensors, robotics and embedded intelligence, creating new markets and disrupting existing ones? How will discoveries in genomics affect advanced forecasting, delivering ever-increasing prediction accuracy? Join this panel session of technology visionaries and futurists who will be prepared to discuss these and other emerging technologies through the lens of their potential impact on financial services firms.

Attendees will come away with expanded views on what critical technologies are emerging over the next few years, and the roadmap on which it will begin to materialize. And as with all WSTA Panels, attendees will walk away with actionable next steps to enable them to prepare for the future.

Agenda

8:00-8:30AM Registration and Breakfast

8:30-8:35AM WSTA Introductions: Randall Brett, Managing Director, Chief Technology Officer, Pine River Capital Management and a WSTA Director

8:35-9:00AM “Industry Perspectives” & Moderator

9:00-10:30AM Panel Discussion

10:30AM Panel Concludes

Agenda and Times Subject to Change

Registration Information

WSTA Corporate and Individual members receive complimentary admission to WSTA Panel Discussions. See if your financial firm is currently a WSTA Member.
Non-Member Registration
Financial Industry professionals are eligible to attend for $495. To complete your Non-Member Registration, click here. Vendors and Service providers must sponsor to attend.

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