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Propelling Your Business Forward With Integrate Financial Plans

Today’s business world is significantly different from that of just a few years ago, and the velocity and magnitude of change and uncertainty will only accelerate. We are operating in an environment of high “VUCA” – volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity.

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Why We Really Don’t want Artificial Intelligence to Learn from Us

Deep learning is a term we’re increasingly using to describe how we teach Artificial Intelligence (AI) to absorb new information and apply it in their interactions with the real world. In an interview with the Guardian newspaper in May 2015, Professor Geoff Hinton, an expert in artificial neural networks, said Google is “on the brink of developing algorithms with the capacity for logic, natural conversation and even flirtation.” Google is currently working to encode thoughts as vectors described by a sequence of numbers. These “thought vectors” could endow AI systems with a human-like “common sense” within a decade.

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Nostalgia: The Biggest Obstacle to Innovation in Finance

People will always need banking, but clearly no longer needs banks. The first time I heard that was in 2015 and I thought it sounded clever. Now three years later, we are seeing the banking paradigm visibly crack. 

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Women In Fintech: Good For Business

“The Importance of Gender Parity on Fintech Teams" was a vibrant discussion by Breaking Bank’s Brett King, Jason Henrichs with guests Anouska Streets, Head of Engineering at FINkit and Colleen Wilson, Founder and CEO of Collaborate Chicago. 

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Bitcoin: More Electricity Consumption than the Entire Planet?

Bitcoin won’t result in the complete collapse of society, but might result in an energy revolution. If you believe the hype, not only are bitcoin miners using more electricity than a number of small countries, but within just two years, Bitcoin is expected to take the world’s entire energy supply to continue its mining activities.

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The Double-Edged Sword of Artificial Intelligence

In 1942, science fiction author Isaac Asimov introduced the world to his three laws of robotics. An incredibly prescient visionary, Asimov started the world thinking about the potential challenges sentient technology might present the world of humanity.

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Leveraging Technology To Drive Better Planning Metrics

Organizations are under increasing pressure to make well-informed decisions quickly based on data coming from various sources. Now you can leverage technology that speaks to multiple systems to develop meaningful planning metrics with an agile, intuitive interface that allows users to analyze their data in a more productive manner. Luckily, the advances in the technological tools available provide the opportunity to make that leap to a higher, better-constructed, and ultimately more useful set of planning metrics.