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CIO Tapes: tech can’t replace humans but AM has changed

Technology has never been so useful to asset managers but it is still limited in producing fundamental change on its own. That is according to our elite chief investment officer panel.

In the second of Citywire’s CIO Tapes series, leading lights from three major AM firms debate how data is being used, manipulated and mass produced for better – or worse – in the modern investment world.

From algorithms able to read massive reports in seconds through to footfall data from mobile phones, the latest debate centred on the strengths and weaknesses of the push towards digitalisation.

For the first part in the series, which covered current market thinking, please click here.

 

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