Noisy data hinders financial firms' use of machine learning: survey

Artificial intelligence
All financial institutions surveyed by Refinitiv say that machine learning is core to their business strategy

The poor quality of data available to financial firms is impeding them from using machine learning and artificial intelligence technology to their full potential, a recent survey finds.

That lack is a potential pain point, given that all C-suite respondents to the Refinitiv survey say machine learning is core to their business strategy.  Plus, the technology is already well embedded in the financial industry, as 90% of executives and data scientists polled say they are already making use of it

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