Artificial Intelligence: Asset managers must embrace it or be competed away

'Inroads of robo-advice into financial planning'

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Andrew Herberts of Thomas Miller Investment
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Andrew Herberts of Thomas Miller Investment

There has been some fairly disconcerting commentary on the possible impact of AI on our world, writes Andrew Herberts, head of private client investment management at Thomas Miller Investment.

But if one puts the potential destruction of humanity aside (a big if), our industry should be looking at the impact it will have on client service and our own role in that service. AI is here to stay,...

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