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Blockchain, AI/ML and Containers - The impact on Financial Services

Huge technological breakthroughs have been made over the past few years, with the rise of Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, containers, Kubernetes all becoming ‘must-have’ technologies.

There’s increasing pressure on financial services to change and roll out , but how do they start?

Join this webinar for information on...
>The challenges & benefits of blockchain, AI/ML, and containers in the financial industry
>How businesses can get aligned with these new technologies
>Examples of successful deployments
Recorded Sep 26 2018 28 mins
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Mark Baker, Christian Joannes, Liam Eagle, 451 Research, and Andrew Graham, IBM
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